information literacy, information literacy instruction, community colleges, librarians, ACRL Framework
An online survey in Florida and New York of community college librarians with responsibility for information literacy instruction provides a snapshot of instructional objectives and practices, including librarians’ beliefs about students’ information literacy needs, strengths, and weaknesses. Survey results point to the influence of the Association of College and Research Libraries Framework in the community college context, the challenges librarians face as they work to implement it, and their successes in doing so. These data reveal opportunities to support and improve instruction and to prepare future librarians to work successfully in community college contexts.
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Julien, H., Latham, D., Gross, M., Moses, L., & Warren, F. (2020). Information Literacy Practices and Perceptions of Community College Librarians in Florida and New York. Communications in Information Literacy, 14 (2), 287–324. https://doi.org/10.15760/comminfolit.2020.14.2.7