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Last Updated: Jan 24, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.ipfw.edu/hailprofdev Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Using this Guide

This guides is designed with tabs. Each tab is devoted to a different professional development subject.

  • IL Instruction

    What is information literacy? Find out how information literacy relates to YOU.
  • Teaching Skills

    Want to learn to be a better instructor/teacher? Here are several great places that can help.
  • Health

    Worried about those health questions at the reference desk? Here are some resources to brush up on your consumer health skills.
  • Business

    Trying to break into that business community and get buy in on information literacy as a life skill? Here are some resources they may like to know about and a few gems to use in conversation.
  • Media & Transliteracy

    Just what in the world is transliteracy and what does it mean to media literate? Resources that discuss both are listed here.
  • IL in Reference

    So how does all this apply to a public library reference department? In more ways then you think, click here to find out more!
  • Blogs

    Get tired of those stuffy journal articles? Here's a list of blogs we recommend to keep up on trends in the profession.
 

HAIL Working Groups Wiki

Want to get involved with HAIL? 

HAIL has several working groups that are exploring solutions to several IL issues.  Please our website for more information. 
Project HAIL can be found at http://www.ilfonline.org/default.asp?page=HAIL

 

Hoosiers and Information Literacy (HAIL)

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The mission of the Academic Libraries of Indiana Hoosiers and Information Literacy Project (HAIL) is to actively promote information literacy efforts beginning with Indiana's youngest citizens and continuing through adulthood to foster in Hoosiers skills for finding the information they need and the ability to use that information effectively while building a knowledge base that will serve them throughout their lives.

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