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Information Literacy and Critical Thinking

Evans Library

Information Literacy Outcomes

At FM information literate students will be able to                                                              

1. Determine the need for information

(Authority is Constructed and Textual, Research as Inquiry &

Searching as Strategic Exploration)

2. Access sources of information

(Research as Inquiry & Searching as Strategic Exploration)

3. Evaluate information

(Authority is Constructed and Textual, Information Creation as a Process,

Information Has Value, Scholarship as a Conversation & Searching as Strategic Exploration)

4. Use appropriate information

(Research as InquirySearching as Strategic Exploration)

5. Maintain legal and ethical standards when using information

(Information Has Value)                        

Authority is Constructed and Textual

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Information Creation as a Process

Information Creation as a Process

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Information Has Value

Information Has Value

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Research as Inquiry

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Scholarship as a Conversation

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Searching is Strategic

Searching as Strategic Exploration

Inspired in part by Amanda Hovious and designerlibrarian.wordpress.com