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Information Literacy, storage site  

Last Updated: Apr 13, 2015 URL: Print Guide

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Checklist for Evaluating Online Tutorials

Use this checklist to explore and evaluate some information literacy tutorials!  Think about if/how you might want to modify a tutorial and adapt it for your classes.

Creating Digital Learning Objects

  • Digital Learning Objects
    Excellent compilation of sources for creating online learning objects from the Univ. of IL at Urbana-Champaign.

Library Games!

Reusable Learning Objects

The following have created repositories and searchable databases to store learning objects:

  • BRUM
    15 Re-Usable Learning Objects (RLOs) to support the development of information skills. The BRUM project is funded by the Eduserv Foundation, and developed by Library Services at the University of Birmingham
  • Cardiff Univ. Info Lit Resource Bank
    This central repository contains bite-sized information literacy learning resources for Cardiff University staff to integrate into teaching materials as and when required. There is a selection of activities, quizzes, diagrams and cartoons as well as short ready-made self-paced tutorials on a range of essential information literacy topics such as citing references and plagiarism. New resources will continue to be added over time. Students can use any of the resources from this web site or you can download and seamlessly incorporate them into your own learning materials. Full details on how to embed them into Blackboard modules, PowerPoint and Word are provided. Subject Librarians in INSRV can also suggest ways of integrating the resources into programmes of study. The creation of the Information Literacy Resource Bank was partly funded by an award from the University's Innovative Teaching and Learning Fund in 2005.
  • COPPUL Animated Tutorial Sharing Project
    A collection of animated tutorials made by COPPUL librarians. COPPUL librarians are encouraged to download and repurpose these tutorials for their own institution.
  • Learning Objects from Univ. of IL

Tutorials Covering the Research Process (General)

Tutorials on Academic Integrity/Plagiarism


Checklist for Evaluating Databases

Animated Learning Objects

The following have made some Flash "cartoon like" animated IL learning objects, which are free to download with acknowledgments.

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