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Learn Information Literacy concepts from these videos and tutorials.

Information Literacy Course Module by Credo Reference

Information Literacy Wordle

What is Information Literacy?

A student who is information literate recognizes when information is needed and can locate, evaluate, and effectively use the information they find.

See what you already know: Take the Information Literacy Pre-Test

About These Modules

These InfoLit Modules will help you develop your information literacy skills, including finding information, using that information, and creating your end product.  There are over 60 multimedia materials including videos, tutorials, quizzes and pre- and post-tests.

IUP Faculty - You can use these modules in your classroom!  Modules can be assigned to students for a flipped classroom environment, shown as part of face-to-face instruction, be assigned for homework, or added to online class curriculum.  Instructors can also access discussion notes for each section that outline learning objectives, related ACRL standards, section multimedia, discussion topics, activities, and suggested readings.  Links can be easily embedded into your D2L course.  Contact Maria Barefoot, Information Literacy Librarian, or Carrie Bishop, Distance Learning Librarian, for more information.

Distance Learning Librarian

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Carrie Bishop
Contact:
Faculty Office 211
IUP Punxsutawney
1012 Winslow Street
Punxsutawney, PA 15767
814-938-1381

Information Literacy Librarian

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Maria Barefoot
Contact:
105 Stapleton Library
(724)357-2338
barefoot@iup.edu