Wednesday, January 04, 2006

inflite

inflite. This is a third generation information literacy tutorial that incorporates content from TILT (http://tilt.lib.utsystem.edu/) and Searchpath (http://www.wmich.edu/library/searchpath). This version was modified by Meg Atwater-Singer at the University of Evansville Libraries during the summer of 2005.

From the site:

inflite consists of six separate modules:

identifying sources -- explains types of information sources that can be used to answer personal interest or research questions.

choosing a topic -- explains pre-searching activities.

finding articles -- explains how to use periodical databases to locate articles for your research.

searching ACE Catalog -- explains how to search the University of Evansville Libraries' catalog.

using the Web -- explains how to get the most out of searching the web.

citing sources -- explains citing information sources, plagiarism, and copyright.

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