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The UT Libraries Information Literacy Summit:

Building a Vertical Team to Support the High School-to-College Transition

Funded by the UT Libraries and facilitated by the Library Instruction Services department, this summit brings together high school and university librarians in order to discuss common observations about our students information literacy skills. From these dialogues, we hope to solidify partnerships collaborate to better assist our students with the transition from high school to college.

 

Purpose of the Summit

  • To collaborate with high school librarians from selected Texas high schools in order to share expertise.
  • Initiate a culture of conversation and dialog with the librarians who know many of our future students best. 
  • Infuse curriculum change from within, with specific focus on information literacy skills.

 

Goals for the Summit

  • Identify overlapping and scaffolding of information literacy skills across high school and college.
  • Share resources, research, tips, and talking points to facilitate integration of information literacy into the classroom.
  • Create a learning community between Texas high school and academic librarians.

 


Update

The Summit took place on June 14th, 2013 and, according to evaluations, was very successful and left all partipants desiring follow-up discussions. Guiding documentation, including schedules, worksheets, and documented discussions are available on this wiki. Adaptations of all materials are encouraged; the only thing we ask is that you let us know how they are being used so we can create a community of practice!

 

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