Grounded in a campus-wide strategic planning effort and funded through a campus-wide lottery-based grant, the library at a small state-supported institution began a year long initiative with the primary objective of familiarizing faculty with the concept of information literacy. All librarians facilitated a series of hands-on, discipline-based workshops offered to faculty. The workshops served as the groundwork for the initial steps toward embedding information literacy concepts into the general education curriculum with the majority of classroom faculty participating in one of the workshops by the end of the academic year. This article outlines the history and steps taken in the process.
Little, J.J. & Tuten, J.H. (2006). Strategic planning: First steps in sharing information literacy goals with faculty across disciplines. College & Undergraduate Libraries, 13(3), 113-123. doi:10.1300/J106v13n03_08