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Beyond Bibliographies: Intro


Looking to add pizzazz and transform student creativity in your Library’s Information Literacy course?  We have options!  This poster will showcase final projects like comic strips, video productions, brochures, games, and indirect service-learning projects that stimulate student creativity and challenge them to synthesize in new ways. Information will include basic details of assignments and links to information, student examples and ideas for implementing assignments in your classroom.    


-Sandy Sumner & Karla Aleman

Morehead State University

Further Reading

Check out these sources for more information about creativity and literacy:

Crockett, L., Jukes, I., & Churches, A. (2011). Literacy is not enough: 21st-century fluencies for the digital age.
Kelowna, B.C.: 21st Century Fluency Project.
Tillander, M. (2011). Creativity, Technology, Art, and Pedagogical Practices. Art Education, 64(1), 40-46.
Wright, G., & Sherman, R. (1999). Let's create a comic strip. Reading Improvement, 36(2), 66-72.
Zimmerman, B. (2008). Creating comics fosters reading, writing, and creativity. Education Digest: Essential
Readings Condensed For Quick Review, 74(4), 55-57.

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