LIS1000, Introduction to Information Literacy, contains learning objectives, rubrics, lesson plans, and assessments designed to teach and assess the necessary skills expected in a two-year Florida college student. Learning objectives were adapted from the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education. Students will be able to recognize a need for information, seek appropriate resources to locate information, develop effective search strategies to retrieve information, evaluate the information found, and use these resources ethically.
Denise English, Nance Lempinen-Leedy, Alexis Carlson, Pat Barbier, Christine Boatright, Connie Head, Dan Hood, Mark Marino, Diana Matthews, Marian Smith, Mem Stahley, Patricia Profeta, Dixie Yeager, Robbie Allen
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information literacy, research, database, catalog, Internet, thesis, citation, resources, plagiarism, copyright, information ethics, search string, keywords, Boolean logic, electronic, print, library, librarians, search strategy
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Course, lesson, Lesson Plan, Template
This is a complete course including readings, discussion questions, exercises, an exam, and a project. The entire course can be utilized by institutions offering LIS1000 as a 1 credit hour course. Components of the course could be utilized for information literacy modules.
Information Services, Web Sites, Copyrights, Information Retrieval, Information Science, Intellectual Property, Access to Information, Libraries, Knowledge Management, Search Engines, Information Needs, Web Browsers, Information Sources, Online Searching, Library Materials, Search Strategies, Information Skills, Academic Libraries, Online Catalogs, Data…
LIS1000 - GENERAL LIBRARY USE
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