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This article describes a local study that seeks to illuminate first-year college students' prior experiences with research and information literacy (IL) during high school. A small, suburban university surveyed and conducted interviews with librarians at the university's feeder schools. The high school librarians rated students' levels of proficiency in IL skills and described their school's IL programs. Overall, librarians rated students' IL levels as less than proficient and described severaldoi:10.5195/palrap.2019.202 fatcat:jjc7s3liurahrnjhdc3hywzhwi