Teaching Guides: Credo Information Literacy – Core

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Information Literacy – Core (formerly Instruct)

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  1. Research Mechanics and Writing Fundamentals
  2. Why Information Literacy Matters
  3. Developing Ideas and Research Questions
  4. Evaluating Sources (Overview)
  5. Evaluating Sources (Focus on Web/News Sources)
  6. Synthesizing Information and Developing Arguments
  7. Logical Reasoning and Analysis
  8. Scholarly Communication and Academic Sources
  9. Choosing Sources
  10. Introduction to Searching
  11. Advanced Searching: Refining Results
  12. Academic Integrity, Plagiarism, and Intellectual Property
  13. Principles of Citations: MLA
  14. Principles of Citations: APA
  15. Principles of Citations: Other (Turabian, Harvard, Chicago)

 

Information Literacy – Core Critical Thinking Material

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  1. Writing as Communication Tool
  2. Teamwork and Presentations
  3. Visual Literacy
  4. Understanding Data
  5. Thinking Critically
  6. Introduction to Logical Reasoning
  7. Research Planning
  8. Critical Evaluation of Evidence
  9. Culture and Citizenship
  10. Civic Engagement and Civic Action
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