Information Literacy Workshop

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These workshops develop research and information literacy skills for specific courses or subject areas, and often relate to a specific course assignment. Workshops may include topics such as the following:

  • Finding information in library databases
  • Search strategies
  • Bibliographic management
  • Evaluating information
  • Using primary source materials in research
  • Finding subject-specific information (e.g. patents, images, marketing information, archival material, conference proceedings, etc.)

Information literacy workshops are most effective when designed in dialogue between faculty and librarians around a specific assignment with learning outcomes. Please consult our Best Practices for Faculty and Instructors to learn more about designing an information literacy workshop.

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