Libraries Information Literacy Modules
Instructions for Using the Modules with Moodle and Blackboard
These modules can be directly embedded into your course on Blackboard or Moodle using the LTI links (orange icons). The PDF instructions below describe how to use these links.
If you are using the modules with a website other than Moodle or Blackboard, please use the direct links (green icon) to link to each module.
Synthesis is the combination of information to form a cohesive view of a topic, issue, or event. Information may include evidence such as data sets, quotes and opinions, or research findings. Students will learn how to bring together ideas from multiple sources, including identifying main ideas, reconciling conflicting information, and paraphrasing and summarizing techniques.
Estimated time: 9-10 minutes
Synthesizing Information for Academic Writing
In this tutorial, students will become familiar with incorporating information synthesis throughout the research process and applying the principles of information synthesis.
Estimated time (tutorial): 11-13 minutes
Estimated time (quiz): 5-8 minutes
Students will become familiar with annotated bibliographies and the role annotations play in research and scholarship. Use this tutorial to help students identify the purpose, structure, and content of annotated bibliographies and create their own annotations.
Estimated time: 16-18 minutes
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