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Freshman English Information Literacy Instructors' Guide  

This toolkit is intended to support information literacy instruction in Freshman English (ENGL 101 and UHON 110) classes. It provides resources for use by library faculty and teaching faculty.
Last Updated: Aug 12, 2016 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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How to Use This Guide

Welcome, Faculty!  This guide organizes a wealth of resources for teaching information literacy (IL) in ENGL 101 and UHON 110. Each of the tabs on the top toolbar provides links to different student resources such as the Information Literacy Lessons and Exercises and research resources like the Library Catalog, Research Databases, and MLA citation help.    The second and third rows contain tabs with resources that support active, situated teaching and learning of IL concepts.  Please provide us with feedback by completing the short evaluation form below.


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Contact Dr. Carol Leibiger at: or 605-677-6089.

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