Villanova University has an information Literacy program in place to educate
students how to navigate the Web intelligently. We do not have a computer
literacy program in place and are not sure if it is really needed as more an
more freshmen are computer literate when they come here.
Bret Ingerman wrote:
> I am looking for information on schools that have a formal
> information literacy component as a part of their curriculum (one
> that is stated rather than implied). Ideally this would include some
> combination of traditional "computing" skills and traditional
> "library" skills that are being combined to reflect the essential
> interaction of these areas. Do any of you have information on this
> that I might be able to read (web) or someone that I can call? Also,
> if any of you have formal classes or courses, especially those taught
> jointly by IT and the library, I would be especially interested.
> Please respond to me and I will summarize for the group. Thanks
> for your help.
> Bret Ingerman e-mail: [log in to unmask]
> Assistant Vice President for phone: 503-768-7227
> Information Technology fax: 503-768-7228
> Lewis & Clark College
> 0615 S.W. Palatine Hill Road
> Portland, OR 97219-7899