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Information Literacy: Design, Process, and Outcomes

What is Information Literacy? It's a process in which the learner needs to find, understand, evaluate, and use information in various forms. This well organized site is complete with student skills and strategies, student outcomes, curriculum design, and links to
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What is Information Literacy? It's a process in which the learner needs to find, understand, evaluate, and use information in various forms. This well-organized site is complete with student skills and strategies, student outcomes, curriculum design, and links to the eight steps of informational literacy:engaging, defining, initiating, locating, examining, recording, communicating, and evaluating.

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