Information Literacy

Information literacy is the ability to use critical thinking to create meaningful knowledge from information. The information literate student: engages in a process of inquiry in order to frame intellectual challenges and identify research needs; accesses, evaluates, and communicates information effectively; provides attribution for source materials used; develops insight into the social, legal, economic and ethical aspects of information creation, use, access and durability.


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Information Literacy: Syllabus and Assignment Creation
Information Literacy: In-Class Activities