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Information Literacy Instruction

Learning outcomes

The information literacy learning outcomes are aligned with the following TAP competencies for Continuing Learning/Information Literacy:

  • #2 “Access, navigate, identify and evaluate information that is appropriate for students’ need(s) and audience(s)”
  • #4 “Evaluate the economic, legal, ethical, and social issues surrounding the access and use of information and relevant technologies”.   

The information literacy learning outcomes are identified by the components of the new Association of College and Research Libraries’ Framework (2015):

Authority Is Constructed and Contextual
Information Creation as a Process
Information Has Value
Research as Inquiry
Scholarship as Conversation
Searching as Strategic Exploration