Information for Students
Link to Information Modules
What is “information literacy?” Information literacy is the set of skills that enable you to find, evaluate, and use information to solve problems for the rest of your life!
The Modules. The Library has developed some Information Literacy Modules to help you develop these skills.
You can work on the Information Literacy Modules anytime, from any computer with Internet access. The first module has an on-campus activity to acquaint you with the physical space of the library. All other modules are available for self-paced instruction online.
Tutoring. You can get personalized, individualized instruction by visiting the Reference Desk in the Library during our hours of operation. We will be happy to work with you in person! We can tutor you on the information provided in the modules or on other aspects of information research.
The Quizzes. If your instructor has assigned a quiz, you can take that quiz online using WebCT. If you do not have a WebCT account or do not know how to log-on, please contact the Library's Information Literacy Institute, email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone (208) 792-2647.
If you’re disappointed with your quiz grade, you can take the quiz again (and again!). We have more than one set of quiz questions, so you may not get the same questions when you take the quiz again, but it will be testing the same concepts. We will send your latest grade to your instructor.
We will also keep your grade on file, so if another instructor assigns the same module, you won't need to retake the quiz unless your instructor specifically requires you to do so. To get a list of your grades or to have them sent to an instructor, email email@example.com.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or call us at 792-2647.
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