Learning Objects

The following is a sampling of existing information literacy learning objects that can be customized and/or embedded into online courses or webpages:

Course Guides (examples)
Work with a librarian to design a one-stop shop for all the relevant online readings, databases and research resources for your course.
Research and Library Skills Self-Assessment Quiz
Assign this quick way for students to identify areas where they need to improve (and get instant auto-feedback).
Research Skills Tutorial
Assign specific modules of this text- and video-based, self-paced course covering all aspects of the research process (includes quizzes and a research portfolio).
Library Scavenger Hunt
Students have fun and become familiar with using the library and doing academic-level research
Plagiarism Resources and Quizzes
Both faculty and students can find resources on the Academic Integrity website.
Research and Database-Specific Tutorials

YouTube Video Tutorials (examples)

Contact Dana Longley, assistant director for library instruction and information literacy, to discuss your needs and the possibility of customizing an existing object or creating a new one.

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