Baruch College began an information studies minor that reinforces the principles of information literacy. However, it did not employ the visual to teach information literacy skills. To fill this gap, a new course, using the process of researching and preparing an exhibit script to teach undergraduates information literacy skills, was developed. In this course students have the opportunity to become creative, while at the same time learning the organizational and research skills needed to compose exhibit proposals, write labels and press releases and finally to produce exhibit script.
Roff, Sandra (2011). "Visualizing History: Using Museum Skills to Teach Information Literacy to Undergraduates." College & Undergraduate Libraries. 18 (4), 350-359.