“Getting Psyched” About Information Literacy: A Successful Faculty-Librarian Collaboration for Educational Psychology and Counseling

  title={“Getting Psyched” About Information Literacy: A Successful Faculty-Librarian Collaboration for Educational Psychology and Counseling},
  author={Lynn D. Lampert},
  journal={The Reference Librarian},
  pages={23 - 5}
SUMMARY Librarians and Educational Psychology and Counseling faculty in the Michael D. Eisner College of Education at California State University Northridge are collaborating to design instructional sessions with assessment components to support newly adopted department information competence goals and curricula. This current collaboration between librarians, faculty, and departmental administrators offers a model for incorporating information literacy instruction into pre-service programs for… 

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