Libraries Information Literacy Modules
- Module Links
- Introduction to Information Literacy
- Introduction to the Research Process
- Starting Your Research
- Types of Research Materials Lite
- Types of Research Materials Advanced
- Peer Review
- Search Strategies Lite
- Search Strategies Advanced
- How to Read Scholarly Materials
- Bias in Research
- Evaluating Information
- Synthesizing Information
- Evaluating & Synthesizing Information
- Fake News
- Anatomy of a Research Paper
- Digital Privacy
- Annotated Bibliography
- Preparing for Presentations
- Citations (APA 6th)
- Citations (APA 7th)
- Citations (MLA 7th)
- Citations (MLA 8th)
- Citations (Turabian)
- Citations (Harvard)
- Citations (Chicago 17th)
- Academic Integrity & Plagiarism
- Visual Literacy
- Using & Evaluating Quantitative Data
- Evidence-based Reasoning
- Introduction to Cultural Issues in Research
- Civic Engagement
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.
Why Thinking Matters
In this video, students will learn what it means to think critically and the role that critical thinking plays in everyday life.
Estimated time: 13-15 minutes.
This video discusses having an inquiry-based mindset when approaching problems or looking for solutions.
Estimated time: 3:36
In this tutorial students will learn how to use logical reasoning to solve problems and develop ideas in academic and personal life.
Estimated time: 18-21 minutes
When you have a research question in mind and you want to find evidence that would answer it, you need to take some time to figure out what kinds of evidence best answer your question.
Estimated time: 2:38
In this tutorial, students will practice analyzing information by diving below the surface to ask smart questions, look for patterns and themes, and maintain an open mind.
Estimated time: 12 minutes
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