As librarians work to integrate the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education into their Information Literacy instruction programs, Wiggins Memorial Library wishes to share our resources with this community.
Feel free to adapt language from our Information Fluency Webpages for your own library.
Using Canva, we have designed six posters, each highlighting a Frame, to hang in our primary instruction room. These posters target students using graphics and three leading questions to convey the main idea of each Frame.
The posters are available as Canva templates:
The Framework is highlighted in our Faculty Resources handouts, which include a brief description of each frame and information about our library instruction program.
The library's Information Fluency Plan web presence includes a section titled Adopt a Common Language: Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Within this section, an icon represents each of the six Frames.
A listing of the six Frames, with a brief description and key knowledge practices, suitable as a class handout.