Quality Collaboration: Partnerships Across the Academy
This session addresses the alliance between information literacy and evidence-based practice (EBP) - the process of applying clinically relevant research to patient care. The context of the discussion is an occupational therapy (OT) research course co-taught by a graduate librarian and an OT faculty member. The course was literature-based, evidence-based, and inquiry-based; students engaged in problem-based activities related to occupation, mobility, and accessibility. We describe our strategies for embedding and modeling information literacy as a natural function of the course; provide examples of class activities and studentsí multimedia projects; and invite participants to explore their own understandings of practice supported by evidence.
Green, Rosemary and Corcoran, Mary, "Evidence-Based Practice, Information Literacy, and Graduate Inquiry: A Collaborative Learning and Teaching Experience" (2013). LOEX Conference Proceedings 2011. 19.