Information Literacy Resources
- What is information literacy?
A brief explanation of information literacy and the skills it encompasses.
Literacy for Faculty and Administrators
Information for Faculty and Administration from the Association of College and Research Libraries.
Literacy Standards from the Association of College and Research Libraries.
States Guidelines for Information Literacy In the Curriculum
Executive summary of the handbook, Developing Research & Communication Skills: Guidelines for Information Literacy in the Curriculum.
- Sample methods for incorporating
information literacy into assignments
for Measuring Assignments for Information Literacy Skills
a Library Instruction Session
Use our online form, or call for a consultation with one of our librarians. Please call 267-341-3315 (NEP Library) or 267-341-4010 (Newtown LRC).
More Tutorials and Lessons
you information literate?
Click here to take our survey. Your answers will assist librarians and information professionals in designing appropriate instructional tools for information literacy.
Internet Research Sources
Criteria for judging the quality of websites and other published materials.
Plagiarism Court: You Be the Judge
An interactive tutorial for learning proper techniques for citing your sources, with a quiz at the end.
Primary Sources on the Web
Produced by the American Library Association, this guide defines a primary source, then discusses techniques for locating, evaluating, and using primary sources from the Web.