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Library Instruction: Online Information Literacy Tools

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Information Literacy Course Module by Credo Reference

Welcome to the Information Literacy Course Module (ILCM) developed by Credo Reference.  The sections of this course were developed to give users a foundation in information literacy (IL) and critical thinking and are aligned with the Association of College and Research Libraries (ACRL) Information Literacy Standards, the definitive model for IL, as well as the Association of American Colleges & Universities (AAC&U) Value Rubric and the MU Libraries Information Literacy Plan. 

The ILCM consists of 8 sections with 60 instructional videos, tutorials, and assessments.  These modules can be used individually or as a whole. 

Faculty - Multimedia materials can be assigned to students for a flipped classroom environment, shown as a part of face-to-face instruction, be assigned for homework or added to online classes.  The ILCM also includes discussion notes for each section that outline learning objectives, related ACRL standards, section multimedia, discussion topics, activities, and suggested readings.  For additional information or suggestions on how to incorporate the ILCM into your classes please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kelli Johnson, Associate Professor/Librarian III; johnson28@marshall.edu; 304-696-6567

 

 

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