Learning Outcomes of Ikeda Library Information Literacy Program
(adapted from Association of College and Research Libraries Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education)
The Ikeda Library’s Information Literacy Program works with Soka University’s Institutional Learning Outcomes. Specifically it supports students’ efforts in “…developing a sense of history and understanding of the nature of reality, “to think and investigate critically and creatively” and “to become, through integrative learning, active and informed global citizens.”
Through collaboration with the faculty, the library is pursuing its mission of promoting information literacy.
Instructional sessions are held in the library's instruction room in Gandhi 303A with Instruction Librarian Lisa Polfer. In collaboration with the faculty, these sessions may also be conducted in regular classrooms.
University Bridge Program
Individual Classes Across the Curriculum
For a research instruction session, please contact Instruction Librarian Lisa Polfer.
65 Number of Information Literacy sessions in 2014/15 academic year. 55 sessions were held in 2013/14, and 62 in 2012/13.
784 Number of SUA students served by those sessions in 2014/15 academic year. 638 students participated in the sessions in 2013/14, and 785 in 2012/13.