Select to expand
Select to collapse

Course ePortfolio

Introduction to Information Literacy

Information literacy is the ability to discover and use various types of information. It's an essential skill for navigating the information age. 

This introductory course will teach the skills needed to find, evaluate, use and communicate information found in Print, Web and other source types.

Share

Pedagogical Approach

This course is important for all Courses and all Programs  

Learning Outcomes

At the end of this course the Students should be able to:

1.  Analyze a research need

2.  Find information effectively and efficiently by using a variety of search techniques

3.  Access needed information in multiple publication formats

4.  Evaluate the quality and relevance of information sources

5.  Recognize several ethical and legal issues related to the use of information

 

Assessment

Exercises 

Other Information

None