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Quality Teaching & Learning : Library Organization in Blackboard

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Information Literacy Library Organization Enrollment Link

Information Literacy

Are you teaching an online course that is research and writing intensive? If so, Information Literacy modules may be a helpful addition to your course materials.

The Information Literacy Project is a course designed by UToledo Libraries and UToledo Online to teach students the essential skills to effectively find and use information and increase their research abilities. The Information Literacy Project is composed of six individual modules that discuss topics ranging from the basics of retrieving information, to utilizing effective search techniques, to evaluating sources for usefulness and quality.

To preview the course modules, click the Information Literacy link above. On the page that follows, click the Enroll button on the left side of the screen. After enrolling, the course will appear in your list of organizations under the My Institution tab. Faculty have the option to incorporate individual IL modules into an existing Blackboard course. For more information about this option, please view the Information Literacy Lib Guide.