Curriculum mapping bibliography

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"Our goal is to develop structures whereby contextualized recursive learning experiences focussing on research skills and strategies are staggered throughout a student’s degree programme in the appropriate courses. This approach allows us to build information literacy incrementally over the degree. Invite us to a departmental meeting or retreat and we can work collaboratively with you to determine which information literacy skills need to be taught where, when and how in your department’s programmes. For sample curriculum design projects and further reading on these kinds of initiatives, take a look at our Curriculum Mapping webpage." ~ Tamsin Bolton, IL Librarian, Leddy Library

Curriculum mapping is a process for collecting and recording curriculum-related information in order to identify core skills and content taught, processes employed, and assessments used for each subject area and discipline. This bibliography is in support of the information literacy efforts of the two librarian authors and 2008 WILU presentation.

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