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Developing Political Science Students’ Writing, Research, and Critical Thinking Competencies via Course-Integrated Information Literacy Instruction
Unformatted Document Text:  References American Library Association. 1989. “Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report.” Chicago: American Library Association. Association of College and Research Libraries. 2005. "Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education." American Library Association. <http://www.ala.org/acrl/ilcomstan.html> (March 7, 2006). Association of College and Research Libraries. 2005. "Characteristics of Programs of Information Literacy that Illustrate Best Practices: A Guideline." American Library Association. <http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlstandards/characteristics.htm> (March 7, 2006). Baer, Justin D., Andrea L. Cook, and Stéphane Baldi. 2006. “The Literacy of America’s College Students.” American Institutes for Research. <http://www.air.org/news/documents/The%20Literacy%20of%20Americas%20College%20Students_final%20report.pdf> (February 8, 2006). Booth, Austin and Carole Fabian. 2002. “Collaborating to Advance Curriculum-Based Information Literacy Initiatives.” Journal of Library Administration 36 (1/2):123-42. ETS® ICT Literacy Assessment Overview.” 2005. ITC Literacy Assessment. ITS. <www.ets.org/ictliteracy/index.html> (January 20, 2006). Feller, Ben. 2006. “Study: Most College Students Lack Skills.” Associated Press Online. Lexis- Nexis. <http://web.lexis-nexis.com/universe/> (January 20, 2006). Raspa, Dick and Dane Ward. 2000. The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty Working Together in the Information Universe. Chicago, IL: Association of College and Research Libraries. Thompson, Gary B. 2002. “Information Literacy Accreditation Mandates: What They Mean for Faculty and Librarians.” Library Trends 51 (2): 218-41.

Authors: Campbell, Patricia. and Stevens, Christy.
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References
American Library Association. 1989. “Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final
Report.” Chicago: American Library Association.
Association of College and Research Libraries. 2005. "Information Literacy Competency
Standards for Higher Education." American Library Association.
<http://www.ala.org/acrl/ilcomstan.html> (March 7, 2006).
Association of College and Research Libraries. 2005. "Characteristics of Programs of
Information Literacy that Illustrate Best Practices: A Guideline." American Library
Association. <http://www.ala.org/ala/acrl/acrlstandards/characteristics.htm> (March 7,
2006).
Baer, Justin D., Andrea L. Cook, and Stéphane Baldi. 2006. “The Literacy of America’s College
Students.” American Institutes for Research.
<http://www.air.org/news/documents/The%20Literacy%20of%20Americas%20College
%20Students_final%20report.pdf> (February 8, 2006).
Booth, Austin and Carole Fabian. 2002. “Collaborating to Advance Curriculum-Based
Information Literacy Initiatives.” Journal of Library Administration 36 (1/2):123-42.
ETS® ICT Literacy Assessment Overview.” 2005. ITC Literacy Assessment. ITS.
<www.ets.org/ictliteracy/index.html> (January 20, 2006).
Feller, Ben. 2006. “Study: Most College Students Lack Skills.” Associated Press Online. Lexis-
Nexis. <http://web.lexis-nexis.com/universe/> (January 20, 2006).
Raspa, Dick and Dane Ward. 2000. The Collaborative Imperative: Librarians and Faculty
Working Together in the Information Universe. Chicago, IL: Association of College and
Research Libraries.
Thompson, Gary B. 2002. “Information Literacy Accreditation Mandates: What They Mean for
Faculty and Librarians.” Library Trends 51 (2): 218-41.


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