Exhibiting information literacy: Site-specific art and design interventions at the Ontario College of Art & Design
Payne, Daniel (2008) Exhibiting information literacy: Site-specific art and design interventions at the Ontario College of Art & Design. Art Libraries Journal, 33 (1). pp. 35-41. ISSN 0307-4722
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The Ontario College of Art & Design is a university that provides undergraduate education to a markedly diverse student body. Although the Dorothy H. Hoover Library offers proactive information literacy programming targeting academic research needs, only peripheral support was traditionally given to studio practice. To rectify this gap the reference librarians, in dialogue with selected design and art faculty, endorsed a Library exhibition program using the Library as both case study and exhibition site. An analysis of several works featured in a recent exhibition demonstrates how art can establish an eloquent dialogue with a visually-oriented learning community and lead to the examination of key philosophical and ethical issues in librarianship.
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