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Information to help faculty incorporate library resources into their online courses.
The Lister Hill Library staff is available to work with you to incorporate library and web resources into your online course. Find useful information on this page but contact us with questions. Librarians are happy to provide individual consultations.
Lister Hill Librarians are available to work with students in a variety of ways inside course shells. Our faculty can:
monitor discussion boards
answer student questions
provide links to existing content
create original content
lead Collaborate sessions
Finding and Using the Best Information
To be information literate, a person must be able to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information.
Producing such a citizenry will require that schools and colleges appreciate and integrate the concept of information literacy into their learning programs…
Ultimately, information literate people are those who have learned how to learn.
Presidential Committee on Information Literacy
American Library Association
It is first important to determine your course objectives related to information literacy.
Do you need to teach students how to find information?
To be better searchers?
To determine what types of sources to consult?
To evaluate the information they find?
To stay current with the literature in their field?
A consultation with a librarian can help you design an assignment to meet your objective.
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