This presentation is a preliminary report for the Provost Research Grant sponsored project “Bridging Information Literacy Gaps in Business Students: A Case Study from West Chester University.” The purpose of the project is to build a sustainable library service model to help over 3,800 WCU business students develop well-rounded information literacy knowledge and skills to be able to confidently meet business research challenges in class and at workplace, and make informed decisions as a student, a business professional, and an active citizen. A business student survey was conducted in fall 2020 semester to understand students’ perceptions and attitudes towards information literacy and seek their ideas on how library ca help them learn. The survey received over 400 responses and the research findings not only shed light on possible library programs but also present great value for faculty to understand our business student population, their interest, academic intent, motivation, challenges, and more.
Liu, G. (2021). WCU Business Students' Attitudes and perceptions towards Information Literacy. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.wcupa.edu/lib_facpub/14