Information Literacy Skills That Can Be Taught By Librarians
Browse through the menu below of information literacy skills that can be taught by a librarian then fill out the information literacy request form to request an instruction session. This list is not exhaustive. Please feel free to talk to your liaison about other instructional possibilities.
INFORMATION LITERACY SKILL
ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE (AI) AS A RESEARCH TOOL
AI - Literature review tools
AI - Writing Chat GPT prompts for research
AI - How to cite
Developing a research question
Different resources (ex: scholarly/peer reviewed articles/journals, popular journals, trade journals, government documents etc...
HOW TO USE THE LIBRARY DATABASES
Picking the right database for your assignment
Differences in the Gale databases
HOW TO WRITE AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
Structure of an annotated bibliography
What is actually included in each annotation
HOW TO WRITE A LITERATURE REVIEW
Picking your topic
Organizing the literature review
USING INFORMATION ETHICALLY AND WRITING CITATIONS
What is intellectual property?
Why do we cite sources?
APA, MLA, Chicago/Turabian, Other?
Online resources (ex: social media, fact checking online sources etc...)