Information Literacy Modules

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The modules are instructional resources that faculty can assign to help students learn information literacy skills.

  • Avoiding Plagiarism
  • Citing Sources using APA Style
  • Citing Sources using Chicago Style
  • Citing Sources using MLA Style
  • Conducting a Literature Review
  • Creating a Search Strategy
  • Evaluating Web Sites
  • Moving Into Discipline Specific Research
  • Recognizing a Research Study
  • Using your library successfully

How can I preview a module before I assign it?

Self-enroll in the course using the link above next to the module and test your knowledge. You can also schedule a session with Chereeka Garner to review the content or make suggestions for improvement. Faculty feedback is more than welcome!

How do I assign the modules?

To assign modules to your students, simply provide the link in your course. Students will earn a certificate upon successful completion of the quiz located at the end of module.


We welcome input on how to improve these modules. We can develop a module on a new topic upon request. Please contact Chereeka Garner to explore the possibilities.

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