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APA citation practice exercise

A series of visualizations to show how technology aligns with Bloom's Taxonomy.

LibGuide on visual literacy: includes linked resources to visual literacy, use of visual resources, data visualization,... see more

The Louis Database of Accessible Materials, named in honor of Louis Braille, contains information on approxiamately... see more

Library Success: A Best Practices Wiki was created to be a one-stop shop for great ideas and information for all types of... see more

The organizational website of the National Coalition Against Censorship. The site includes a blog, analysis of censorship... see more

Discussion about censorship issues by the American Civil Liberties Union

The Office for Intellectual Freedom is charged with implementing ALA policies concerning the concept of intellectual... see more

These visual literacy standards were developed by librarians, and target higher education; the standards align with... see more

RDA Blog or Resource Description & Access Blog is a blog on Resource Description and Access (RDA), a new library... see more

This a blog on studies, research, techniques, technology, best practices, and latest news on librarianship, library and... see more

A collection of quick video tutorials on library research topics

A collection of video tutorials on educational topics such as technology, business, libraries, information, and education

Video tutorial on the Library of Congress Classification System

A collection of video tutorials on library research help

A video parody of "The Christmas Carol" to teach about plagiarism; the video is in Norwegian (Et Plagieringseventyr), ,... see more

Interactive tutorial on plagiarism

Interactive tutorial about plagiarism

Interactive 5-part online tutorial on intellectual property, including plagiarism, file sharing,  citing resources, and... see more

Collection of research links that inform teacher librarians

Family-friendly thematic activities that foster content-rich digital and information literacies

This guide has been created to help students with the evaluation of academic books. 

2015 Information Literacy framework, as developed by the Association of College and Research Libraries, fosters deep... see more

This 15 minute tutorial with activities discusses how to identify and avoid plagiarism and properly cite your sources.