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Instruction & Information Literacy

What is Information Literacy?

Information Literacy:

A range of critical thinking skills, including 1) the discovery and evaluation of information, 2) understanding how information is produced and valued, and 3) the ethical use of information in creating new knowledge.


More detail definitions of information literacy below:

  1. Promoting inquiry and lifelong learning by helping students find, evaluate, and use information sources.
  2. Connecting faculty to resources that support innovative teaching and learning.
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