Academic Exchange Quarterly
Information literacy and writing instruction are a perfect fit. Both involve critical thinking, evaluation, integration, and research. Teaching information literacy in the context of a first-year writing course is often an ideal collaboration. This article describes an extremely successful example of such a closely integrated collaboration between the library and the campus writing program, particularly in the freshman-level writing course. The four elements of this collaborative information literacy instruction program are online reading themes, an extensive online tutorial, library seminars, and aResearchCenter.
Knievel, Jennifer and Imamoto, Becky, "Integrating information literacy and writing." (2005). University Libraries Faculty & Staff Contributions. 48.