libraries, librarians, information literacy, critical information literacy, student success, academic success, impact, outcomes
Librarians address all levels of information needs for the university: its acquisition, its production, its storage, and instruction for its safe and gainful use. Most of today’s college students have a high degree of computer literacy but are weak in their abilities to determine the quality of the information that is so readily available. Students need to be taught to find, evaluate, and use information in an academically-oriented manner in order to solve complex problems. Good library skills are integral to academic success. In conjunction with research and teaching faculty, librarians create a framework for knowledge acquisition in the evolving university education.
Citation / Publisher Attribution
Journal of Systemics, Cybernetics and Informatics, v. 11, no. 2, p. 1-5
Link to the publisher: http://www.iiisci.org/journal/sci/Contents.asp?var=&Previous=ISS1302#/
Scholar Commons Citation
Dold, Claudia J., "The Role of Librarians in Academic Success" (2013). Academic Services Faculty and Staff Publications. 157.