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Abstract: In Spring 2005, the UCLA Information Literacy Program charged a Task
Force to investigate blended instruction options for information literacy credit
courses and labs. The BICo Task Force was charged with investigating and
making recommendations for a model 1-unit information literacy blended instruction
course which would combine elements of in-person and online instruction.
The Task Force looked into existing blended instruction courses, both
for information literacy and for other disciplines, including those proposed by
faculty in response to a 2004 UCLA Office of Instructional Development RFP
for blended instruction courses, and made recommendations regarding expected
learning outcomes, curricula, assignments and grading, instructional formats,
types of technology (hardware & software) used to teach “blended courses,”
and assessment of effectiveness, as well as training needs.