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Library Teaching and Learning Toolkit

Presentations and Handouts

Linked below are resources and presentations created or selected by SRSU Librarians to aid in teaching and learning about information literacy. Resources are divided by the six frames from the Association of College and Research Libraries Framework for Information Literacy and mapped to the Library's five learning outcomes. Read more about Information Literacy and the Library's Instruction Program on our website.

I. Orientation: Using the SRSU Library

II. Authority is Constructed and Contextual: Recognizing Disciplines and Structures

III. Information Creation as a Process: Learning and Mastering (and Joining) the Information Cycle

IV. Information Has Value: Ethical Use of Information

V. Research as Inquiry: Formulating Questions and Defining Scope

VI. Scholarship as Conversation: Evaluating Sources

  • Library Learning Outcome 4. Through practice, students construct effective search strategies and utilize appropriate searching language to access information.
  • Library Learning Outcome 5. Students ethically select and utilize relevant information sources based on defined situational contexts.

VII. Searching as Strategic Exploration: Searching Process

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