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Scaffolding Instruction Toolkit: Curriculum Mapping

Curriculum Mapping

Curriculum Mapping
Curriculum Mapping is a way to provide structure and consistency for scaffolding in your information literacy instruction program. Most are done in a grid format, with desired skills mapped to specific programs and classes at levels progressing to skill mastery. Curriculum maps are often designed in one of two ways: by concepts or classes.

Use the link below to help you develop your own curriculum mapping plan and goals.

Scaffolding Classes

Mapping by Classes
Here is an example of a curriculum map which scaffolds by classes.

Table of Information Literacy Curriculum Map

Map adapted from poster from the University of Ottawa.

Other examples can be found here:
https://pitt.libguides.com/c.php?g=12354&p=65749