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Introduction to Information Literacy skills

Information literacy can be broadly defined as, "the skills and capacities to understand and navigate print and electronic texts in a university setting, focusing on how to access, identify and use high-quality information" ethically.

Acknowledging Sources

Students will be able to identify when information needs to be cited and the basics of how to cite information according to APA guidelines.

These sessions are broken down into three skills/competencies, each designed to be conducted in any 40 or 115-minute class (although ideally, sessions are presented in order, these sessions can be used separately as well. 

The provided templates are session examples that can be reused and changed if needed.

Face-to-face session 

Online session