Fatmeh Charafeddine, Associate University Librarian for Research and Academic Collaboration Services at the AUB University Libraries, was a contributing author in a book entitled “Faculty-Librarian Collaborations: Integrating the Information Literacy Framework into Disciplinary Courses".
This book is a collection of case studies, information literacy lesson plans, and other collaborations completed by contributing members of AMICAL.
The content started as part of a workshop held in 2017 titled “Co-design: Integrating Information Literacy into Your Disciplinary Course".
Workshop attendees were all behind one goal: integrating the ACRL Framework into a disciplinary course. They took the opportunity of getting together and shared their experiences and thoughts for the benefit of Library professionals and information literacy experts.
Charafeddine's contribution to the content is in 3 different parts of the book, namely:
- Case Study 7: “Redesigning a Writing-Intensive Graduate Course: An Information Literacy Case Study at AUB", co-authored with Dr. Najla Jarkas, also of AUB
- Lesson Plan 1: “Getting Started with Graduate Research"
- Lesson Plan 9: “Research in the Discipline"
Describing being a part of this initiative, Charafeddine said that “It was a great experience to be working with Information Literacy librarians and faculty members from all AMICAL institutions to share our course co-design knowledge and experiences."
You can read more about the book here: https://www.alastore.ala.org/content/faculty-librarian-collaborations-integrating-information-literacy-framework-disciplinary.