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Information Literacy Teaching Resources

Information Literacy

Welcome to the Information Literacy Research Guide! Here you'll find resources to guide you through the six concepts in the Information Literacy Framework. Included are lesson plans from open source resources and other faculty members.

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Tools Used

The tools used in this research guide are open source tools, meaning you can access them at any time regardless of affiliation. The resources they contain are under creative commons licenses, meaning you can use them and adapt them so long as you give credit to the original creator.

 

The tools used in this guide are:

Tools and Textbooks for Teaching Information Literacy