Skip to Main Content
UCF Libraries Home

Building Inclusion to Support Transfer Student Success: Resources

Highlights from a 2018 ALA Conference Presentation entitled: "Building inclusion: How can information literacy instruction at two-year colleges help students successfully transition to the university?"

Resources Include

Education Commission of the States

Florida College Access Network.  From transfer to targeted pathways:  Florida's efforts to get transfer students

     to the finish line.  

Ivins, T. and Mulvihill, R.  (2017).  An interview with Rachel Mulvihill and colleagues at the University of Central Florida about

    the Foundations of Excellence Transfer Initiative.  Reference Services Review 45(3).  415-420. 

    doi:  10.1108/RSR-05-2017-0018

Northeast Florida Library Information Network (NEFLIN) Assessment Project 

  • Megan Oakleaf, Associate Professor of Library and Information Science, iSchool, Syracuse University
  • Martha Kyrillidou, Research Associate, iSchool University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
  • Kristine Brancolini, Dean of the Library, Loyola Marymount University
  • Amanda B. Albert, Information Literacy Coordinator, Washington University

University of Central Florida Foundations of Excellence Transfer Focus Initiative, First Year Summary

Vance, J.M., Kirk, R. and Gardner, J.G. (2012).  Measuring the impact of library instruction on freshman success  and

     persistence:   A quantitative analysis.  Communications in Information Literacy, 6(12). 49-58.