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Resource Guide for Information Literacy Instructors
Last Updated: May 14, 2015 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Information Literacy Committee

For help or questions with any instruction or assessment topic, please contact any member of the Information Literacy Committee.
No question too big or small.  Consults available on request.

2014/2015 Committee Members

Jaime Burton
Beth Fuchs
Bev Hilton
Jen Martin
Josh Monroe
Valerie Perry
Debbie Sharp, Chair
Sue Smith
Sarah Vaughn


Information Literacy Program Mission

UK Libraries Information Literacy program supports the University’s mission to facilitate learning and expand knowledge by preparing students to think critically and effectively find and use information in their academic, professional and personal lives.


Information Literacy Student Learning Outcomes

Information literacy is knowing when you need information, knowing where to look for it, how to find it, and how to evaluate it.

1. Students will be able to define an information need in order to construct an effective research strategy. 

2. Students will be able to construct an effective research strategy in order to identify a variety of relevant information sources. 

3. Students will be able to identify and select relevant information sources in order to evaluate, synthesize and draw conclusions.    

4. Students will be able to evaluate, synthesize and draw conclusions in order to analyze and interpret information.


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