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This is a self-directed, 20-minute information literacy tutorial that teaches students about plagiarism, paraphrasing,... see more

Information literacy tutorial that covers brainstorming, choosing a topic, focusing the topic, identifying terms,... see more

Safari is a guided expedition through the information world, aimed at helping you to feel more confident about finding,... see more

ThinkB4U is a collaboration between Google Inc. and expert safety partners Common Sense Media, ConnectSafely, and the... see more

Tutorial explains the process of peer-review as the gold standard for defining a scholarly journal article. Users also... see more

A tutorial and a tool that walks you through the process of brainstorming keywords for a topic that can be used to search... see more

IT literacy courses and curriculum date back to the 1960s at Dartmouth. Since that time, the curriculum has been revised... see more

A document describing our IT literacy topic modules, the structure of our presentations, and the course outline.

We will see the use of several image processing operations in creating a 200 by 200 pixel picture. An informal notion of... see more

This presentation is on application programs. No skills are covered but technology concepts include what a program is and... see more

En esta colección se recogen materiales realizados o recopilados por las diferentes bibliotecas de la UPV (Universitat... see more

A basic introduction to Boolean Logic and its basic operators: AND, OR, and NOT, along with search term examples and... see more

A screencast that shows how to contribute material to MERLOT.

"This document discusses digital materials that may be used in your courses, and provides guidelines for understanding... see more

This InfoPower research skills interactive tutorial addresses the information cycle and research processes. It also... see more

This is a free, online tutorial the purpose of which is "to help university students develop their Internet research... see more

The Partnership for 21st Century Skills is pleased to offer Route 21, a one-stop-shop for 21st century skills-related... see more

A reference page with HTML tags for basic pages.

Since Twitter posts or "tweets" are limited to 140 characters, we must learn to use commonly accepted abbreviations and... see more

Using Wikipedia as an example, we will look at the four wiki operations, editing a page (including creating new pages,... see more

 This tutorial is designed to prepare you for your academic work at USF and beyond with basic understanding about the... see more

Site provides the basics of ERIC (Educational Resources Information Center), one of the largest educational databases.

We see that servers have access to our IP addresses and other information.That information can be used to estimate our... see more