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UNI Information Literacy Modules

These Information Literacy Modules (via Credo) are e-learning activities designed to give students a foundation in information literacy topics and issues.

Information Literacy Modules

These modules are focused on the broad concepts of information literacy.  They are meant to give students a foundation in the issues and  topics related to information literacy in the context of their academic research.  These modules can be used in any combination to establish a common understanding of information literacy concepts that can then be expanded on in the classroom and the library.

If you are accessing these modules off campus, you will be asked to logon using your CatID and password.

left arrow   To see individual videos, tutorials, and quizzes related to each of the six main topics, choose a module from the menu on the left.

The links below are for the InfoLit Modules course as a whole, along with an overall Pre-Test and Post-Test.