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What is Information Literacy?

Information literacy is the set of integrated abilities encompassing the reflective discovery of information, the understanding of how information is produced and valued, and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning.

Creating Research Guides

Custom course and topic guides can be created upon request. 2 weeks notice is preferred. Feel free to look through samples of current course and topic guides for inspiration.

ACRL Framework & Rubric

Chris Nelson
Contact:
608-363-2544
Feel free to contact me with any research questions you might have. I'm also available for appointments by request.
Josh Hickman
Feel free to contact me with any research questions you might have. I'm also available for research consultation appointments by request.
Contact:
608-363-2246
Fred Burwell
Contact:
(608) 363-2485
Website / Blog Page
Meghan Dowell
Contact:
Drop by or schedule an appointment with me to talk through your research project!

Office: lower level, next to Learning Studio
608-363-2482
Jedidiah Rex
Contact:
LITE Room, Morse Library
608-363-2456

Please feel free to drop by or schedule an appointment to discuss using Moodle, using a technology to meet a specific learning outcome, or modifying an assignment or part of your course to teach it in a different way.
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Stacey Erdman
Contact:
608-363-2724