This article describes a strategy to integrate information literacy into the curriculum of a nursing program in a community college. The model is articulated in four explained phases: preparatory, planning, implementation, and evaluation. It describes a collaborative process encouraging librarians to work with nursing faculty, driving students to acquire information literacy competencies, to use information resources as part of their learning process, and to be lifelong learners. The literature reviews the evolution of the concept of informatics in nursing practice and the different blueprints organized to attain information literacy competencies. It also describes studies that have included these competencies into nursing curriculum. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
Argüelles, Carlos. "Curriculum-Integrated Information Literacy (CIIL) in a Community College Nursing Program: A Practical Model." Community College Journal of Research & Practice, vol. 40, no. 11, Nov. 2016, pp. 942-953. doi:10.1080/10668926.2016.1147395.