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Information Literacy Flag

Guidelines for Designing Information Literacy Assignments

Information Literacy Flag

Quick Facts

  • All students must take one Information Literacy Flagged course before graduating.
  • Any course at the 200 (2000) level or higher may meet a flagged requirement.
  • No course may carry more than two flags.
  • A library visit alone is not sufficient to qualify for an Information Literacy Flag.
  • At least 10% of the total course grade must assess information literacy.

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Librarians Can Help!

LMU librarians serve as a resource on information literacy.  Faculty are encouraged to consult with a librarian when designing and revising information literacy assignments.

- Information Literacy Flag Defining Characteristics

Library Research Awards

 

For more information, or to send in an application, visit the following webpages: