At James Madison University (JMU), a small team of faculty members in Libraries & Educational Technologies (LET) collaborated to develop new information literacy student learning outcomes based on the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. The Information Literacy Task Force was tasked with unifying the conversation around information literacy within LET and providing student learning outcomes that educators will be able to adapt into content, activities, and assessments. Instructional designers and librarians worked together to explore the framework in the diverse context of the JMU community. We will share how the unique collaboration between instructional designers and librarians created opportunities and challenges and how we approached building organizational consensus throughout the process. We also outline potential future uses of the new outcomes and goals.
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Thompson, Liz; Willey, Malia; and Kaye, Elaine, "Adapting the Framework at JMU Libraries and Educational Technologies: A Collaboration between Instructional Designers and Librarian Liaisons" (2018). Libraries. 136.