Core Curriculum & Information Literacy

The Libraries actively support Purdue's outcomes-based core curriculum. Library science faculty have worked closely with instructors to redesign courses meeting the core foundational information literacy outcome through the IMPACT program, as well as developing a course to meet departmental and core curriculum needs.

The Libraries continue to offer support for core courses meeting the foundational information literacy outcome. Library science faculty can work in a number of ways:

  • Consult on the design or redesign of a course to align with the outcome
  • Team teach or guest lecture
  • Consult on the development of specific assignments or assessment instruments
  • Provide tutorials or Library Guides

To work with a faculty member in the Libraries, contact the Libraries' liaison to your Department, or Clarence Maybee, Information Literacy Specialist for the Purdue University Libraries.

Additional information about Purdue’s outcomes based core curriculum