The revised information literacy standards emphasize students as creators, and not just consumers, of information. Yet, so accustomed to supporting their classroom work, academic libraries have done little to help students develop an instinct for encountering information through self-directed curiosity. In this panel, learn how librarians are helping students develop this instinct through recreational reading promotion. Use and adapt these program and outreach ideas in order to better meet your academic library’s information literacy mission.
Lacy, Meagan; Dewan, Pauline; Fister, Barbara; Miller, Willie; and Brookbank, Elizabeth, "Sustaining Curiosity: Programs for Developing Lifelong Readers" (2015). CUNY Academic Works.