This case study describes some tips and lessons learned from a project at St. Cloud State University designed to teach information literacy over the World Wide Web. The information literacy project has two primary components:
- Under the auspices of LEO: Literacy Education Online (a project to disseminate resources to improve composition and writing skills), to develop content resources providing guidance in library and internet use and application in research;
- Under the Center for Information Media, to disseminate self-paced instructional modules on library and internet use and application in research that could be used in credit-generating courses.
As the two components exhibited considerable overlap, it was decided to develop inter-related resources within a single project environment.
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Ewing, Keith and Hites, Jeanne M., "Designing and Implementing Instruction on the World Wide Web: A Case Study" (1996). Library Faculty Publications. 42.