Also available from American Sociological Association's Website
American Library Association's ACRL Information Literacy and Instruction standards
How Do I...?
Go to these step-by-step text tutorials for using key library services and resources.
These tutorials will provide a basis for operating the Rutgers University Library QuickSearch tool. Users can learn about different search methods and how to refine the results page. Other videos on finding course reserves, accessing your Rutgers Library account, and saving searches and results are included as well.
adapted from: http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/rul/lib_instruct/develop.shtml
No? then you may want plan a library research component for your research methods or other classes to address some of these issues.
If you would like to insert information literacy objectives into your syllabi or class assignment or for assessments, I would be happy to help. Please drop me an email.
Preliminary documents for your consideration:
Middle States Commission on Higher Education in its Characteristics of Excellence in Higher Education: Requirements of Affiliation and Standards for Accreditation, [Online Version updated March 2009 http://www.msche.org/wp-content/uploads/2018/06/RevisedStandardsFINAL.pdf (p. 42)] defines information literacy in the following terms: “Several skills collectively referred to as “information literacy,” apply to all disciplines in an institution’s curricula. These skills relate to a student’s competency in acquiring and processing information in the search for understanding, whether that information is sought in or through the facilities of a library, through practica, as a result of field experiments, by communications with experts in professional communities, or by other means. Therefore, information literacy is an essential component of any educational program at the graduate or undergraduate levels. These skills include the ability to:
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