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Information Literacy in the Undergraduate Curriculum

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Certification of core technical skills verifies students' competence and strengthens their resumes.

Charles Hannon

Charles Hannon is the Founding Chair of the department of Information Technology Leadership (ITL) at Washington & Jefferson College. ITL is an interdisciplinary program designed for liberal arts students who are interested in intersections between technology and the fields of history, sociology, psychology, communication, art, design, science and mathematics. Charles completed his Ph.D. in English at West Virginia University, and his M.A. in Modern Literature at the University of Kent in Canterbury, England. He began using instructional technologies as a teacher of literature, writing, and American Studies at the University of Alabama and Michigan State University; he worked as an instructional technologist at Gettysburg College from 1998-2001. He is the author of several articles on American literature; and of the book, Faulkner and the Discourses of Culture (LSU Press, 2005).

 

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