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INFORMATION LITERACY

 

The Association of College and Research Libraries defines Information Literacy as a "set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information.

HOW IS INFORMATION LITERACY BEST LEARNED

It is best learned when embedded within assignments, work and activities in the course. The librarian is available to help instructors design assignments and  activities that correlate with the class and enforce information literacty

 

CONCEPTS FOR INFORMATION LITERACY

RESEARCH PROCESS

SELECTING A TOPIC

CONSTRUCTING SEARCH STRATEGIES

RETRIEVING SOURCES

DISTINGUISHING SOURCES

CITING & ETHICAL USE OF INFORMATION