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Information Literacy in the Disciplines
Information Literacy in the Disciplines
"links and citations to information literacy standards and curricula developed by accrediting agencies, professional associations, and institutions of higher education".
Information Literacy Standards for Science and Technology
This draft document illustrates outcomes that can be used by science educators to assess student competency in the information literacy standards.
Political Science Research Competency Guidelines
(Scroll to page 4 to see guidelines)
"..guidelines and associated examples intended to illustrate the application of information literacy standards to research in political science and related disciplines, including law, criminal justice and civic education."
Psychology Information Literacy Standards
Information literacy competencies for the field of psychology.
Research Competency Guidelines for Literatures in English
This draft document lists information literacy outcomes that might be used for undergraduate English or literature courses.
Assessments of Information Literacy
Links to information literacy assessments and rubrics.
Creating Effective Library Assignments
Check these Websites for ideas on creating assignments that help students develop information literacy skills.
Guidelines for Plagiarism Prevention
This Turnitin site lists tips for structuring assignments in ways that make it difficult to plagiarize.
Information Literacy Competence Course Integration
Sample templates for integrating information literacy standards into general education and discipline specific courses.
Information Literacy Core Competencies
General education, major program area, and graduate level competencies.
This tutorial, adapted for users of the Alvernia University Library, explores how to access and evaluate information resources. Each of the six modules includes a quiz to assess the ideas presented. A brief description and objectives are listed for each of the modules.
Middle States Commision on Higher Education Publications
Documents available for downloading or purchase.
Project Information Literacy
"Project Information Literacy is a national study about early adults and their information-seeking behaviors, competencies, and the challenges they face when conducting research in the digital age."