This paper reports on an evaluation project conducted at the University of Melbourne during 2002. The objective of the project was to evaluate selected information literacy programs that were provided to students in the Arts Faculty. The three programs that were evaluated used different modes of delivery. The paper discusses the rationale of the project, the methodology and the results of the evaluation.
Salisbury, F. and Ellis, J. (2003), "Online and face‐to‐face: evaluating methods for teaching information literacy skills to undergraduate arts students", Library Review, Vol. 52 No. 5, pp. 209-217. https://doi.org/10.1108/00242530310476715Download as .RIS
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