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    What is Information Literacy?

    3-08 Students Use Newly Opened Third Floor by Morris Library.

    Information Literacy is a skill set that students must develop to be successful in today's information rich environment. 

    An information literate person can..."recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information."

    ~Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education

    American Library Association. 2006.

    Information Literacy in UCOL 101 Core Competencies

    Morris Library

    UCOL 101 TUTORIALS

    The library tutorials were specifically designed to meet Core Competency #8 in the UCOL 101 courses: Information Literacy.  There are 6 modules in the UCOL 101 set of tutorials, with the entire set running for less than 45 minutes.  Click on the Video Tutorials link above to view the tutorials and see suggestions for classroom use.

    Library Tutorials in SIU Online

    • UCOL 101A & UCOL 101U: you will see the tutorials in Week 7 in the SIU Online course.
    • College-level UCOL 101:  Contact Heidi Jung (hjung@siu.edu) in CTE to embed the library tutorials in your SIU Online course.


    #8) Students will become information literate, using critical thinking and problem solving skills to build an intellectual framework for discovering, using and evaluating information. The student will be able to:

    8a. Differentiate between popular and scholarly information, understanding when each is applicable in the context of academic scholarship;

    8b. Apply evaluation criteria to assess the reliability, validity, accuracy, authority, currency, and bias of information;

    8c. Demonstrate knowledge of intellectual property rights and plagiarism, as well as an understanding of proper attribution of information;

    8d. Distinguish among various formats of information and demonstrate awareness and effective use of search and retrieval aids;

    8e. Identify key services provided by Morris Library;

    8f. Recognize their role as contributors to scholarly discourse on campus, in the community, and within their profession.

        

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