Provides an overview of information literacy instruction for first-year college students as well as of models for outreach from the academic library to the K-12 community. Provides examples of effective approaches to K-16 (high school - college) information literacy programs.
Walter, S. (2004). Closing the circle: Information literacy instruction for your first years and mine. In A. Beesting (Chair), Your senior is my
first-year student. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Library Association, Orlando, Florida.
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