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Information Literacy and Research Skills   Tags: apa, citations, engines, english, footnotes, mla, note-taking, plagiarism, research, search_, wikipedia  

How to find, evaluate and effectively use information.
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IL is more than an attitude...

...it's a journey, a process, a mindset, a curiosity...

 

What's in the Library?

The Library has 50,000 volumes of circulating and reference books for you to use.  Student ID is required to check out books.

Additional e-journals and e-books are available for on campus use only.  Please visit the Library to see what is available!

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What is Information Literacy

Information literacy is the ability to:

...identify when and why you need information.

...understand where to go to look for the information you need.

...understand how to evaluate the quality of the information you find.

...use the information you find effectively.

...understand how to use the information found in an ethical manner.

This guide will walk you through each of these steps.

 

Which one of these search engines do you use most frequently?

Do I really have to ask???






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