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Explains how to exploit Information Systems in a technology-rich environment. Emphasizes why, no matter what their major,... see more

A wiki-based introduction to information processing theory. The website explores the theory's history, methods, social... see more

Video on the information cycle: from event to primary, secondary and tertiary sources.

This American Library Association wiki lists information literacy standards, resources for different types of libraries... see more

Information security underpins the commercial viability and profitability of enterprises of all sizes and the... see more

This tutorial is designed to help you understand unique characteristics of information production and dissemination in... see more

Recent reports and publications from Project Information Literacy (PIL). Contains: research reports, peer-reviewed... see more

Our class covers IT literacy. The "I" stands for information, but what do we mean by information? Information theorists... see more

This comprehensive material, offered by the Open University, focuses on how to find the material you seek and how to... see more

This video explores the changes in the way we find, store, create, critique, and share information. This video was... see more

SWIM is an interactive role play which is based on Kuhlthau's model of research.

The vaunted Information Revolution is more than Web surfing, Net games, and dotcoms. Indeed, it is the foundation for an... see more

This course provides a strong grounding in the economics of information goods and services. Students analyze strategic... see more

The vaunted Information Revolution is more than Web surfing, Net games, and dotcoms. Indeed, it is the foundation for an... see more

The vaunted Information Revolution is more than Web surfing, Net games, and dotcoms. Indeed, it is the foundation for an... see more

All types of data can be compressed. We'll look informally at image compression and differentiate between lossy and... see more

This report is the result of a national research effort exploring how much U.S. college-age students know about the way... see more

A series of information literacy modules from the University of Idaho.

Maintained by the Association of College and Research Libraries' Student Learning & Information Literacy Committee, these... see more

This course provides a strong grounding in the economics of information goods and services. Students analyze strategic... see more

The author of this guide associates specific information types (such as newspapers, journals, and books) with points on a... see more

Maps are everywhere—on the Internet, in your car, and even on your mobile phone. Moreover, maps of the twenty-first... see more

This course focuses on strategies for library and information professionals. It includes a syllabus and many resources on... see more

Ethics and Information Technology focuses on the ethical dilemmas that exist where human beings, information objects, and... see more