Information Literacy Program
The library offers a dynamic Information Literacy Instruction Program to help students manage their information needs. The instruction is done online, through the Credo Information Literacy Courseware, and through live instruction sessions provided by the librarians. Through this program students learn to access, search for, evaluate, and properly cite information for assignments and projects involving research, using a variety of information formats, both traditional and online. Students taking English 110, 111, 112, 113, or 120 automatically receive information literacy instruction. Instruction is available in other courses at the request of faculty. Students are encouraged to seek assistance from library staff at any time with their information needs. Below are links to handouts and online instruction resources.
English 110, 112 & 113 (Spring 2017)
The link below provides access to the Credo Information Literacy Courseware modules that have been setup for your particular course. You will be supplied with logins to setup an individual account. Once your account has been setup, you will need to click on the link below each time you need to access the modules.
The links below are Microsoft Word versions of the Database Exploration Guides and Database Search Assignment that you will be completing at the end of the "Sources of Information" module. The Microsoft Word versions of these two documents will allow you to complete and submit them through email if you prefer. Please complete these prior to the librarian's visit to your classroom.
The link below provides access to the Credo Information Literacy Coursware modules that have been setup for your particular course section. You will be supplied with logins to setup an individual account. Once your account has been setup, you will need to click on the link below each time you need to access the modules.
English 120 (Spring 2017) - Dr. Marsee's Online Class
The links below provide access to videos and handouts you will need to view during the first few weeks of the course.
The links below provide access to a video and handouts you will need to view as assigned by your instructor, after the videos above have been viewed.