Media and Information Literacy

Critical thinking skills can empower students to become savvy consumers, producers, and distributors of information, and equip them to navigate and participate in complex twenty-first-century information ecosystems. ACRL and ALA Editions offer a variety of expert resources that examine information literacy theories and capture current practices, and help academic librarians work across disciplines to produce truly information-literate graduates.

Faculty-Librarian Collaborations

Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses

Data Literacy in Academic Libraries

Teaching Critical Thinking with Numbers

Modular Online Learning Design

A Flexible Approach for Diverse Learning Needs

Hidden Architectures of Information Literacy Programs

Structures, Practices, and Contexts