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Minnesota librarians win 2018 ACRL Innovation Award

ALA has tapped Minnesota librarians Trent Brager (University of St. Thomas), Amy Mars (St. Catherine University), and Kim Pittman (University of Minnesota Duluth) for the 2018 ACRL Instruction Section Innovation award.

ALA Annual 2016 Panel - Authority Is Constructed and Contextual: A Critical View

If you're planning to go to ALA Annual 2016 in June and you're interested in ACRL's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, then consider the following panel presentation.

Upcoming ACRL Instruction Section’s Management & Leadership Committee Discussion Forums

Upcoming discussion forum presented by the ACRL Instruction Section’s Management & Leadership Committee:

“Using the Framework to Foster Conversations about Information Literacy Instruction” with Sara D. Miller and Amanda Nichols Hess

Macalester College's DeWitt Wallace Library wins 2016 ACRL Excellence in Academic Libraries Award

The Association of College & Research Libraries, a division of the American Library Association, announced the three winners of its 2016 Excellence in Academic Libraries Awards on January 11.

ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Opportunities

If you're headed to ALA Midwinter and want to learn more about the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy, be sure to consider adding this session to your schedule.

From the ACRL Update

How to Save the World with ACRL Framework Skills

The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education lays out a number of key information literacy concepts. These concepts are challenging and, once attained, will inform students’ information use throughout their lives.

ACRL Highlights Top 10 Teaching Resources

The ACRL Instructional Section’s Teaching Methods Committee recently highlighted some top-recommended instructional sources. These 10 research articles provide insight into instructional design, pedagogical approach, assessment strategies, and more.