This Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education (Framework) grows out of a belief that information literacy as an educational reform movement will realize its potential only through a richer, more complex set of core ideas.
Joyce Miller's link to the research guide for their synchronous and asynchronous HRD110: Freshman Seminar classes, a basic college orientation one-credit class. From Joyce :
For the synchronous classes:
I put a link to that research guide in the chat box at the start of class, and go through the tabs in class. After I do the Articles section, I do a 2-3 minute hands-on time, asking the group as a whole to put a total of five citations in the chat box. Then, I go through the rest of the tabs. At the end, I ask them to answer "What did you find useful?" in chat, which acts as a good summary. Total time is 40-50 minutes.
For the asynchronous classes:
Students progress at their own pace through each tab on the research guide, and fill in the answers on this Google Form. I share the Google Forms with the instructor on or before the due date.