This web page lists ICT Literacy efforts on higher education campuses.

Having a campus-wide ICT literacy plan and structure can facilitate systematic student ICT learning and success. Several stakeholders should be involved in the process: deans or their designates, program coordinators, librarians, instructional designers, assessment offices, student support services, academic technology specialists, information technology specialists, and project/initiative leaders (e.g., Writing across the curriculum, Student engagement, Course redesign, affordable learning solutions).

"Collaborative academic programs and services involving the library enhance student learning." (American Library Association, 2016)

CSU Libraries provide ICT literacy instruction and resources, from navigating the library and conducting research to course-specific ICT.

ACRL (Association of College and Research Libraries) lists programs and resources that foster ICT literacy.

ICT literacy recommendations by ETS.

Digital literacy post-secondary and workforce development programs and resources

Monitoring and Evaluation of ICT in Education Projects: A Handbook for Developing Countries

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Also check out campus Affordable Learning Solutions efforts and the project's toolkiit: http://als.csuprojects.org/deploying_als