- What is information literacy?
A brief explanation of information literacy and the skills it encompasses.
- Information Literacy for Faculty and Administrators
Information for Faculty and Administration from the Association of College and Research Libraries.
- Information Literacy Standards from the Association of College and Research Libraries.
- Middle States Guidelines for Information Literacy In the Curriculum
Executive summary of the handbook, Developing Research & Communication Skills: Guidelines for Information Literacy in the Curriculum.
- Sample methods for incorporating information literacy into assignments
- Checklist for Measuring Assignments for Information Literacy Skills
- Schedule a Library Instruction Session
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More Tutorials and Lessons
- Are you information literate?
Click here to take our survey. Your answers will assist librarians and information professionals in designing appropriate instructional tools for information literacy.
- Evaluating Internet Research Sources
Criteria for judging the quality of websites and other published materials.
- The Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge
An interactive tutorial for learning proper techniques for citing your sources, with a quiz at the end.
- Using Primary Sources on the Web
Produced by the American Library Association, this guide defines a primary source, then discusses techniques for locating, evaluating, and using primary sources from the Web.