ABSTRACT Many students enter college lacking the necessary research and critical thinking skills needed for academic success. A strong body of literature shows evidence that information literacy instruction at the secondary level enhances college readiness in freshman students. The authors discuss the importance of collaborative curriculum development and the role academic libraries play in supporting college readiness. The research will review and cite successful high school and college partnerships, curriculum development initiatives, secondary information literacy instruction, and teacher professional development. The utilization of select library databases as a tool to promote college readiness is also discussed.
Andrews, Carl R. and Saint Hilaire, Dickens, "“Aligning the Curriculums for College Success: High School and College Library Collaborations”" (2017). CUNY Academic Works.