Use the menu on the left to browse the IUP Libraries collection of information literacy instructional resources.
Included here are videos, tutorials, and quizzes designed to teach a wide range of information literacy topics like choosing a topic, peer review, and recognizing bias.
These resources can be assigned to students for a flipped classroom environment, shown as part of face-to-face instruction, assigned for homework, or added to online class content. Links can be easily copied and pasted into your D2L course, a PowerPoint, or an email.
Want to learn more? Check out these resources designed for faculty!
Video: Framework for Information Literacy: What Faculty Need to Know
Video: Why IL Matters to Faculty
Tutorial: Designing Effective Research Assignments
|Community of Online Research Assignments: An open access resource for faculty and librarians.||ACRL Framework for Information Literacy Sandbox: A platform and repository for sharing Framework materials||Peer reviewed instructional materials online: Instructional materials created by librarians.|