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Jill Newby (non-member)'s picture

ACRL/STS Science Information Literacy Wiki

SUBJECT: Science Information Literacy Wiki

The Science Information Literacy Wiki (http://wikis.ala.org/acrl/index.php/Science_Information_Literacy) was created by the ACRL-STS Information Literacy Committee as a resource to aid librarians in information literacy instruction in the sciences. It is a tool that provides science-specific teaching and assessment ideas, science information literacy tutorials, and a literature review of information literacy in the sciences.

But the wiki was created as a dynamic tool and we look to our colleagues to help drive the content. You are invited to review and contribute to the Science Information Literacy Wiki in order to help make this resource more robust and continue our vision as a forum and resource for science information literacy discussions.

There are two ways to contribute:

Comments or questions about the wiki may be directed to committee co-chairs Elizabeth Berman (elizabeth.berman@uvm.edu) or Roxanne Bogucka (roxanne.bogucka@austin.utexas.edu).

Please visit and share your successes and best practices with our community. We look forward to your contributions!

—ACRL Science and Technology Information Literacy Committee

Maryanne Mills's picture

Hi Jill,

Thanks for advertising this Wiki--it will really help me with developing IL for our Bio 10 class. 

Your URL has a slight typo.  I think it should be: http://wikis.ala.org/acrl/index.php/Science_Information_Literacy

 

Best,

Maryanne

Maryanne R. Mills

Outreach and Instruction Librarian,

West Valley College Saragota, CA, USA

http://instruct.westvalley.edu/mills/

Jill Newby (non-member)'s picture

HI Maryanne,

 

Thanks for alerting me to the typo in the URL.  I've fixed it now.  I'm happy to hear that you found the STS wiki useful for your instruction planning.

 

Best, Jill