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SAC Library Information Literacy Program: Impact Report

This report provides data and narrative on how our library contributes to student success through our information literacy programs.

SAC Library Information Literacy Programs

Librarians and Faculty at San Antonio College are on a journey towards building student confidence and persistence through a college-wide initiative called Fearless Learning: Empowering Students with Information Literacy. Not only are we looking to affect change in the mindset students have about the research process, but also to tilt current pedagogical practices in the library, the classroom, and one-on-one appointments toward the dispositional elements outlined in the Framework for Information Literacy. There are three programs within the Library which specifically address student learning and information literacy:

Library Instruction Classes

  • Faculty requested, in person (MLC 209/707J) and online (Zoom), 75 minutes in length
  • Tailored to specific research assignments/outcomes
  • Holistic approach with discussion of Big Picture information literacy concepts and practice to see how they fit into assignment specifics

Book a Librarian Appointments

  • Student requested, in person (MLC 200G) and online (Zoom), 30 minutes in length
  • Focused on specific research assignment/outcomes
  • Targeted in-depth approach to meet students where they are at in their process

Reference Desk Assistance

  • Walk-in help, in person (MLC 200) and online via Ask a Librarian chat, email, phone
  • Brief engagements set students on a more successful path to project completion
San Antonio College Library
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1819 North Main Avenue., San Antonio, TX 78212
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