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Using the ACRL Framework to Incorporate Visual and Digital Literacies into Instruction

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Librarianship affords us the opportunity to create flexible and inclusive information literacy instruction that is informed by the ACRL Visual Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education and the Framework for Information Literacy. These two presentations highlight strategies using the ACRL Standards and Framework to introduce students to diverse systems of thought and artistic production and allow students to gain transferable skills that can be applied in other disciplines and professional experiences.

Guest presenters:

Nicole Beatty: Arts and Humanities Librarian, Weber State University
“Standards and Frames: Teaching with Mami Wata”

Amber Welch: Art Librarian & Instructional Technology Consultant, Mount Holyoke College
“Engaging Students in new Modes of Research: Wordpress for Digital Art History Projects”

Moderator:
Alexander Watkins: Art & Architecture Librarian, University of Colorado Boulder

Presented by the ARLIS/NA Professional Development Committee/Education Subcommittee and ACRL Arts