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Information Literacy Links

Assessment Bibliography
Resources about bibliography evaluation, portfolios, and other information literacy assessment

Colorado College, Tutt Library and the Research Component of the First Year Experience
Ideas for incorporating research into a first year experience

First Year Information Literacy in the Liberal Arts Assessment (FYILLAA)
Project to create a web-based assessment tool to measure the information literacy of incoming students

Incorporating Information Literacy into Oberlin's First Year Seminars - Faculty Guide
Includes sample discussion topics and assignments

Information Literacy as a Liberal Art by Jeremy J. Shapiro and Shelley K. Hughes
from Educom Review

Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education
from the Association of College & Research Libraries

Information Literacy Competencies and Criteria for Academic Libraries in Wisconsin
from the Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians

NITLE (National Institute for Technology & Liberal Education)
Projects for liberal education in the digital age

Plagiarism -- Anti-Plagiarism Strategies for Research Papers
Strategies for awareness, prevention, and detection

Plagiariam -- Defining and Avoiding Plagiarism: The Writing Program Administrators Statement on Best Practices
Teaching strategies to help reduce the likelihood of plagiarism.

Scientific Writing -- Collaborative Instruction by Writing and Library Faculty: A Two-Tiered Approach to the Teaching of Scientific Writing
Article describes a two-course sequence for undergraduate students, emphasizing writing and information seeking skills.

St. Olaf College Libraries Research Guides
Examples of research guides for specific courses

WAAL Best Practice Example: The Bibliography, Last Things First
Part of Wisconsin Association of Academic Librarians Best Practices web site

Writing Across the Arts at Middlebury College
Features threaded discussions and class weblogs