Critical Information Literacy Mini-Course

Oranges couches in a study-working area at the UArizona library.




Would you like to more seamlessly integrate information literacy and use the library in your classes to improve students’ research and writing skills? The UArizona Libraries offers a 5-day mini-course for faculty teaching information literacy using inclusive pedagogical practices. Experienced instructional librarians will work with you to develop or re-design assignments, activities, and lessons for your students.

A fully online asynchronous learning experience in which participants spend 1-2 hours per day exploring content and completing activities. Faculty participants finish the mini-course with a revised course design plan with new activities. This mini-course is offered asynchronously in D2L in a partnership between the UArizona Libraries and UCATT.

This mini-course offering is supported by a library-funded grant that will compensate participants with a stipend of $200 if they engage fully with the content and provide reflective feedback via a survey and/or focus group (a commitment of no more than two hours) at the end of the learning experience. 

Please complete the application to be considered for participation, and direct any questions to Nicole Pagowsky, Associate Librarian, UArizona Libraries.

Complete the Application


Nicole Pagowsky