Resources for Information Literacy Teaching and Learning
- Research Instruction Request form. Teachers: fill out this form if you’d like a librarian to provide classroom instruction for your course.
- Overview of Information Literacy Instruction
- Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education from the Association of College & Research Libraries
Module One: Basic Orientation to Library Resources and Services
- Library Resources and Services
- Hermann Memorial Library Website (sunysullivan.edu/library) at a glance
- Glossary of Internet and Library Terms
- The Dewey Decimal System A short reference guide for the scheme of all knowledge that was originally devised by Melvil Dewey in 1876.
- Module One Assessment/Survey
Module Two: How to Evaluate Your Sources (and Why)
- How to Evaluate Your Sources The SCOAR method for evaluating the appropriateness of research sources for academic use.
- How to Evaluate Web Pages
- Video to watch Evaluating Sources for Credibility
- Distinguishing Scholary Journals from Other Periodicals Sheet created by olinuris.library.cornell.edu
- Critically Analyzing Information Sources Sheet created by olinuris.library.cornell.edu
- Module Two Assessment/Survey
Module Three: Developing a Topic and Identifying Keywords
Module Four: Introduction to Database Searching
Resources for Creating a Bibliography
- MLA Bibliographic Style A short guide to creating bibliographic citations in the Modern Language Association’s format
- APA Bibliographic Style A short guide to creating bibliographic citations in the American Psychological Association’s format
- NoodleTools, Getting Started Handout Short guide to the online citation builder and research tool for our students
- NoodleTools An online citation builder and research tool for our students