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Incorporating Information Literacy

Information literacy, recently established as a Michigan Tech undergraduate student learning goal, is defined as the ability to recognize when information is needed and to locate, evaluate, and effectively use the needed information legally and ethically. During these workshop sessions, librarians will lead participants in exploring ways to incorporate information literacy into their course assignments using the framework of the Michigan Tech information literacy rubric. We will explore the library’s information resources, options for assistance with additional instruction, and assignment elements that allow students to practice each of the information literacy skills.

Please plan to attend these three (3) one-hour sessions: 
-- Tuesday March 4 (11-12 noon
-- Tuesday March 18 (11-12 noon
-- Tuesday March 25 (11-12 noon- optional
 
For a list of currently scheduled workshops, please see our calendar of upcoming events.
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Date: 03/04/2014
Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm
Location: Library 244
Registration: Registration has closed.

Michigan Tech Center for Teaching and Learning

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If you have any questions regarding your booking, please contact us at 487-3000 or ctl@mtu.edu
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