Information Literacy Tutorial

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This introduction defines information literacy, discusses the impact of technological advances, and addresses some common misconceptions about the Internet.  
 
This Module discusses different information sources, including where to find them and how to choose the best once for your research.  
 
This Module focuses on skills for effectively searching library databases and the Web, including choosing and combining terms.  
 
This Module focuses on criteria on accessing the credibility of sources, as well as how to cite print and electronic documents.  
 
This section explains how to access the online information literacy test and submit the score to your instructor.
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