Information Literacy Program
Managing your Information Needs
The library offers a dynamic Information Literacy Instruction Program to help students manage their information needs. Through this program students will 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 099, 100, 101, or 102 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.
Students: Please printout and staple together each of the following handouts for both sessions to refer to as you view the online sessions assigned by your instructor.
It is essential that you view the videos associated with Sessions 1 and 2 and complete the LIBROS tutorial, Academic Search Complete tutorial, and Expanded Academic ASAP exercise prior to the librarian's scheduled visit to the classroom.
If you have questions about the sessions or the tutorials, please come by or contact the library for assistance.
Session 1 - Information Literacy Session 1 Video
- Information Literacy Session 1 Handouts
- LIBROS tutorial
- Academic Search Complete tutorial
- Expanded Academic ASAP Exercise
- Session 1 PowerPoint Slides (optional)
Session 2 - Information Literacy Session 2 Video
- Information Literacy Session 2 Handouts
- Session 2 PowerPoint Slides (optional)
- MLA Style Bibliographic Citation Guide