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Information Literacy Instructional Resources

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

More Information Literacy Resources


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.