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Information Literacy: Guide for Students: Information Literacy Online

A student launch page for traditional, hybrid, or online classes.

Information Literacy: Skill improvement

 

There is much on this guide that can help get you started with research while away from the physical library. In fact its primary purpose is to build an alternative to in-person, librarian-led information literacy sessions that we host in our libraries. From selecting a topic to source evaluation, how to move from the research process to the writing process and more.

  • At right, you will find a direct link to HOWLER, although many of the tutorials can also be found in the individual pages of this guide, organized by topic.
  • You will also see a link to our portal to a whole host of resources especially selected for students during the COVID-19 campus shutdown.

Online Library Resources

Image: Logo for HOWLER tutorials, wolf and moon