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ACRL Framework Resources

Ideas for incorporating the ACRL Framework into your instruction

ACRL Framework Sandbox

ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox
A platform and repository for sharing Framework materials

Discover ways to use the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education in instructional settings. And/or share your own activities and teaching resources related to the Framework.

CORA Community of Online Research Assignments

CORA, Community of Online Research Assignments -- an open access resource for faculty and librarians.

This is a GREAT resource for librarians! Lots of great lessons and handouts.

CARLI Framework Toolkit

This Toolkit maps those instructional activities taught by academic librarians in Illinois to the Framework, with the hopes that instruction librarians can use these presentations as resources for creating and/or re-imagining their own library instruction to accord with the Frames.

TRY Wiki

Implementing the ACRL Framework

Implementing the ACRL Framework

Resources from two libraries (U of Southern California and U of Minnesota Duluth) that did a joint presentation at LSLS15.

Materials include their Powerpoint presentation, Framework Discussion Questions, UMD College Writing Session outline and InClass activities, USC InfoLit Outcomes for Undergraduates, USC Writing Class Artifact Template.

Learning Outcomes For Frames

Librarians at UNLV created a Libguide to support their workshop "Crossing the Threshold with Threshold Concepts" presented at the 2015 ACRL Conference. They have posted learning outcomes for each frame that were created by participants during the workshop. Most helpful!

Need more learning outcomes? Check out this libguide from the PALNI libraries.

ACRL Video: Teaching Information Literacy Threshold Concepts

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