Co-Curricular Focus Areas


Formal implementation of Trinity's "Expanding Horizons" QEP concluded as planned in summer 2013. Web pages maintained for archival purposes only.


Each year of the QEP targeted a different aspect of campus life and offered opportunities to enhance co-curricular experiences through information literacy:

  • 2008-2009: New Student Orientation
  • 2009-2010: Campus Publications, Career Services, International Programs
  • 2010-2011: Athletics, Health Services
  • 2011-2012: Community Service

Some departments incorporated information literacy holistically and through regular interactions with students. Others created specific programs or materials that highlight the value of information literacy in students’ personal, social, and professional lives. For example, Health Services staff produced a pamphlet in fall 2010 for students entitled “Find It Fast, Get it Right, Be Informed: Health Information Literacy.”

In 2011-2012, Edwin Blanton, Coordinator for Community Service & Engagement, and Anne Jumonville, Information Literacy Librarian, developed a project giving Trinity University Volunteer Action Community (TUVAC) Program Heads the opportunity to design information literate-rich flyers advertising their partner programs.