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How To Use Information Literacy Resources: Introduction

Information Literacy/Library Instruction

Welcome!

What is INFORMATION LITERACY?‚Äč

  • Information literacy is the ability to go where information can be found in order to analyze and determine between resources to find the most appropriate information needed.

  • Information literacy enables learners to master content, extends their investigations , is self-directed, and is student-guided.

  • If you have a question, do you know where to find the answer?

  • Do you know how to differentiate between a good answer and a not-so-good answer?

Resources on Information Literacy

How to Use This Guide

This guide provides an overview of Information Literacy, links to web resources on IL, provides college level information literacy competencies, as well as provides resources for further tutorials and digital learning objects to extend one's knowledge. 

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