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Information Literacy: Instruction for Your Classes
Information Literacy: what it is, why it is important to you, and how to incorporate information literacy skills into your assignments.
Information literacy is the set of critical thinking skills necessary to locate and use information effectively.
Information literacy means knowing when you need information, knowing where to look for it, how to find it, and how to evaluate it.
Information literacy skills are required not only for class assignments but also for lifelong learning, which goes far beyond the classroom. Information literacy skills are not learned in one class session but are cumulative and are refined through practice.