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Information Literacy Instructor's Resource: Information Literacy Lessons

This LibGuide provides information and resources for instructors who want to integrate information literacy instruction and assignments into their courses.

Information Literacy Lessons--Web Based

Information literacy is a set of skills that allow people to find, evaluate, and use information appropriately, ethically, and legally.  These skills are important to satisfy personal and professional information needs. 

The IL lessons consist of five tutorials that teach the basics of research and appropriate use of information.

Any links on this page can be copied to your D2L course pages by right-clicking on the link and selecting "Copy shortcut." You will have a direct link to the resource that can be pasted into your course pages.

Information Literacy Lessons--Video Based

Information literacy is a set of skills that allow people to find, evaluate, and use information appropriately, ethically, and legally. These skills are important to satisfy personal and professional information needs.

The IL lessons consist of five tutorials that teach the basics of research and appropriate use of information.

Any links on this page can be copied to your D2L course pages by right-clicking on the link and selecting "Copy shortcut." You will have a direct link to the resource that can be pasted into your course pages.

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