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Engineering Information Literacy Resources For Faculty   Tags: engineering, faculty, information literacy, library tools  

Tools and resources to help College of Engineering faculty incorporate information literacy skills into their courses or assignments
Last Updated: Feb 26, 2014 URL: http://libguides.utoledo.edu/EngineeringInfoLit Print Guide RSS Updates
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Introduction

Incorporating information literacy into engineering courses in a way that will be relevant to students can be challenging. Here are some resources that can assist you. Of course, you can also contact John Napp, Engineering Librarian for assistance or ideas to meet your specific needs. His contact information is to the right.

 

Blackboard Module

Logon to your Blackboard account. Find the FYE Modules link and then scroll down to the module shown above. If you have questions about the module or have  problems locating it, please contact John Napp, Engineering Librarian john.napp@utoledo.edu

     

    Books

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    Learning to Solve Problems - David H. Jonassen
    Call Number: MCMASTER Engineering BF449 .J66 2011
    Publication Date: 2011

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    College Information Literacy Efforts Benchmarks - Primary Research Group
    Call Number: CARLSON General (4th fl) Z711.25.C65 C64 2008
    Publication Date: 2008

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    A Disciplinary Blueprint for the Assessment of Information Literacy - Dorothy Anne Warner
    Call Number: CARLSON General (4th fl) ZA3075 .W37 2008
    Publication Date: 2008


    Engineering Librarian

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    John Napp
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    John Napp
    Associate Professor & Engineering Librarian
    University of Toledo
    Palmer Hall 2600
    419-530-3948
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    Engineering
     

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