Millersville University, Faculty Senate

General Education Curriculum

Program Review

May 1996

Curricular Currency

Information Literacy

14. Information Literacy--Closely associated with active learning, this assures that students can find, evaluate the value of, and use information from many sources. (Recommended by Middle States.)

Millersville's general education curriculum does not facilitate information literacy, although numerous courses within the curriculum do so. Whether a student is exposed to this area is largely a hit-or-miss proposition. Most students are exposed to careful study of information literacy within their major program of study.

Curricular Currency
...|Liberal Arts and Sciences |Fundamental Skills |Higher Standards and More Requirements |Tighter Curriculum Structure |The Freshman Year |The Senior Year |Global Studies |Cultural Diversity |Integration of Knowledge |Moral Reflection |Active Learning |Extension Through All Four Years |Assessment
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