Creating an Online Information Literacy Course for Concurrent Enrollment Students: A Collaboration with a State-Sponsored Online School
This article discusses a collaborative project to create an online one-credit library research course for high school students in a dual credit program. The project included a team of reference and instruction librarians at a midsize public university, the university's concurrent enrollment program, and an online state-sponsored school that provided courses to high school students. Current literature related to the information literacy knowledge gap, outreach to secondary schools, dual credit or concurrent enrollment programs, and for-credit online information literacy courses is reviewed. The process of creating the course will be discussed along with the benefits and challenges of the project.
Davis, G. Megan and Watson, Elaine. (2017). "Creating an Online Information Literacy Course for Concurrent Enrollment Students: A Collaboration with a State-Sponsored Online School". College & Undergraduate Libraries, 24(1), 29-50. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10691316.2016.1190676