The following is a sampling of exisiting 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.
- Information Skills Self-Assessment Quiz
- Assign this quick way for students to reflect on the actual level of their information skills.
- 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)
- Getting Started with Research: Opposing Viewpoints in Context
- Effective Search Strategies
- Integrate Sources into Your Writing
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.