Paper was published and widely distributed.
Whereas Resolution 16.02 F96 directed the Academic Senate to urge the Chancellor's Office and the Board of Governors to acknowledge that any development of information competency components and/or programs be the primary responsibility of the Academic Senate, and
Whereas library faculty see information competency as an important component of learning, and
Whereas the development of information competency components and/or programs is a curricular responsibility for faculty, especially library faculty,
Resolved that the Academic Senate adopt "Information Competency in the California Community Colleges," an issues paper authored by the Counseling and Library Faculty Issues Committee of the Academic Senate.