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Information Literacy Toolkit

Welcome to the Toolkit

Use the Toolkit

The Information Literacy Toolkit is a collection of approaches instructors can use to incorporate information literacy skills into assignments and courses. These resources can help you scaffold research skills into your classes, devise of new approaches to assign research projects, and help you assess your students' work.

  • Browse the Toolkit's contents in the left menu.
  • Search the Toolkit using learning outcomes, goals or assignment types
  • Information on using Google Docs to download and copy objects is below
  • All resources are Creative-Commons licensed.  Feel free to reuse and remix resources with attribution.

Google Documents

The Toolkit uses Google Documents for most sample assignments. You can work with these assignments in a number of ways. If you have a Google account, clicking "file" -> "make a copy" once you have opened a Google Document will add a copy of the file to your Google Drive account. You can make any needed edits to this new file. 

If you do not have a Google Account, use the download link under each assignment to download a copy to your computer or click "file" -> "download as" once you have opened a Google Document. You can make any needed edits to the downloaded file.

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