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What is information literacy?

Information Literacy

 

Information literacy refers to the set of skills that makes it possible for an individual to identify the need for information, as well as to search for it, analyze and evaluate it, incorporate it into another work or into one's personal knowledge base, and understand the socio-economic context of it. 

These sets of skills are explained in greater detail at the American Library Association Association of College and Research Libraries website.

 

Glossaries of Library Terms

Welcome!

Welcome to the LibGuide for LEC102, Library/Research Seminar. 


Use this site to access multi-media and other resources used in the course. 

Multimedia presented here is attributed (cited) and is embedded with permission, either directly from the creator or via open source licenses. 

Information without literacy

Turnbull, Andrew S. "Marcus Westgate Art Cinema (Westgate Mall)." flickr.
flickr, 2 Sept. 2012. Web. 03 Sept. 2012. <http://www.flickr.com/photos/
andrew-turnbull/7918002066/in/photostream>.

Marcus Westgate Art Cinema (Westgate Mall)

UW-Manitowoc librarian

Peggy Turnbull
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