Tag: Learning Outcomes

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New Learning Outcomes at the Library

Classroom instruction is one important way that librarians engage with DePaul students, as we collaborate with faculty to teach how to find and evaluate information pursued both for course-related research and lifelong learning. This past academic year, the library participated in a university-wide process to revise and update our instruction

Skills Adapted from College, courtesy "Staying Smart: How Today's Graduates Continue to Learn Once They Complete College," Alison J. Head, Project Information Literacy, Passage Studies Research Report, January 5, 2016.

Information Literacy as a Transferable Skill

Since 2014, our Learning Commons partners in the DePaul University Career Center have spearheaded a broad review of the ways in which the college experience contributes to students’ ability to connect what they are learning inside and outside the classroom to life skills, career goals, and a positive orientation toward