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LibGuides - A Faculty Resource: Information Literacy

A resource guide for faculty

What is Information Literacy?

The Association of College and Research Libraries defines information literacy as a "set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze and use information".

Information Seeking Skills

Information seeking skills are best learned when embedded within assignments and disciplinary coursework.  LibGuides can be used to reinforce these skills within you classes to aid in the research process, selecting a topic, constructing search strategies, retrieving sources, distinguishing sources, citing, and ethical use of information