Infobase offers the only information literacy (IL) solution designed specifically for higher ed libraries, with ACRL Standards and Framework-aligned multimedia and assessments to support embedded librarians, one-shot sessions, and point-of-need instruction. When librarians ask us how Information Literacy – Core can be used by their institution, we usually start with a list:
Flip the Classroom: Maximize limited time with students by shifting the generalized lecture portions of your library instruction to multimedia.
Support One-Shot Library Instruction: Pick one or two multimedia pieces to engage students during your face-to-face time.
Support Embedded Librarian/Faculty Requests: Use multimedia to provide instruction and assessment during sessions or before/afterward for the flipped-classroom approach.
Support Point-Of-Need Instruction: Place multimedia on your LibGuides or your library’s website as a resource for students. The multimedia can be used anywhere you want to reach out to students.
We asked customers to share how they use InfoLit – Core on their campuses. Click the use cases below to see how this IL solution helped their communities.