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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Librarians are teaching in Core classes to varying degrees. Where are wewith integration? ILand the Core 100% (678 students) 73% (493 students) COR100 First Year Seminar HST110 World Civ double click to changethis text! Drag a cornerto scale proportionally. Information Literacy is the set of abilities allowing individuals to identify the need for information and to search for, access, evaluate, and ethically use information in a variety of formats. The information literate individual understands how information is socially situated and produced, and the social, cultural, and ethical impact of information. Outcomes addressed: 1, 4 & 5 Outcomes addressed: 2-5 Outcomes:1. Recognize that scholarship is an ongoing conversation with many participants, and that one needs to effectively use and communicate information in order to participate in any conversation.2. Identify & refine the information need.3. Develop appropriate methods and effective strategies to search for and access information.4. Critically evaluate information sources in order to identify the appropriate use of information.5. Use information ethically and legally and accurately document their use of information sources. The remainder of library instructionin the Core happens at the requestof individual faculty in a wide varietyof disciplines. We need to FIND A WAY to get to the SENIORS!
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