Landman Library

Information Literacy

Students in all disciplines need to be able to efficiently and ethically access, evaluate, use, and create information. Landman Library’s information literacy instruction program works to help students develop their skills in these areas, so that they can be active and responsible participants in the global information landscape.

Studies have shown that students learn information literacy skills best when they are integrated into the curriculum and into individual course syllabi. Librarians have thus made it their mission to support student learning by partnering with faculty to identify desired student outcomes, conduct instruction, and design assignments.


Information Literacy at Arcadia

Information Literacy Plan. Learn about our developing campus wide information literacy program designed to help ensure that Arcadia graduates information literate students.

Library Instruction. Learn more about possibilities for active and engaging library instruction.

More Resources

Information Literacy Portal. Developed by the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL), this website includes definitions of information literacy, information literacy standards for higher education, examples of information literacy program, and many other resources.