The Information Literacy in the Disciplines site is a curated guide designed for instructors and librarians who are interested in incorporating information literacy skills into existing curriculum. Resources included on the site fall into three classes of materials:
The guide is selective and not comprehensive; preference will be given to notable, representative, and/or recent materials. Suggestions that meet the criteria for inclusion may be submitted for consideration to the Chair of the Information Literacy in the Disciplines Committee at any time.
Entries include standards or guidelines from accrediting agencies and professional associations. Each should address one or more of the following:
Entries include research articles, presentations, and sources thereof (e.g. specific journals). Each should address one or more of the following:
Entries include adaptable instructional materials such as curricula, assignments, activities, and tutorials. Each should address specific information literacy skills or concepts in disciplinary context.
Note: This site and criteria for inclusion will be revised and updated on an as-needed basis by the Information Literacy in the Disciplines Committee each year before the ALA Annual Conference.