Library instruction, or information literacy instruction, teaches students how to think about and interact with information and the research process, as well as how to use information resources and conduct research more effectively. It is rooted in the concept of information literacy, which is defined as an understanding of the creation, authority, context, and value of information (American Library Association, 2016). Librarians are experts in teaching information literacy, and we pull from best practices and theory developed by the professional academic librarian community to inform our teaching.
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