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Information Literacy Resources for Faculty   Tags: assignment ideas, faculty guide, information literacy, teaching resources  

This guide provides information about what information literacy is and how to integrate it effectively into courses and programs.
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What is Information Literacy

Welcome to the information literacy resources guide for faculty! This guide is designed to provide a clearer picture of what exactly information literacy is and why it’s an important skill set for all students to master, regardless of their chosen discipline. It also provides tips for integrating information literacy into your courses as well as sample assignments that you may be able to tweak or use as a jumping off point for designing your own course materials that integrate information literacy learning outcomes with your course and discipline specific ones. Navigate the site via the tabs at the top of the page, and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact me, Christy Stevens,


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Christy Stevens
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