Information literacy is the ability to discover, critically evaluate, synthesize, ethically apply, generate, and disseminate information in academic, personal, and professional settings.
Learning OutcomesBy the end of this course students will be able to...
Navigate a variety of information systems, including the library’s website, catalogs, and databases, in order to access information in various formats.
Experiment with different types of search language such as keywords, synonyms, related terms, and subject terms in order to efficiently search for information.
Seek guidance from experts such as librarians in order to mitigate issues that arise when completing the research assignment as well as understand what resources and services will be most useful to your specific needs.
Critically evaluate sources for quality, relevance, and perspective, in order to select information most appropriate for the research assignment(s).
Recognize subject expertise or scholarly authority in order to incorporate appropriate works into the research assignment(s).
Synthesize ideas gathered from multiple sources in order to present a balanced ratio of sources and represent various view points in the research assignment(s).
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