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Information Literacy Toolkit

Use this toolkit to assist with integrating information literacy into courses.

InfoRhode Tutorials


These short information literacy tutorials will help you learn, or refresh, basic college-level information research skills. They explain how to find, evaluate, and cite books and periodical articles using University Libraries' catalog and databases.

The links to all the videos are available below, through the InfoRhode Tutorials link on the Libraries' homepage, or as a playlist on YouTube.

You don't need to watch the tutorials in a specific order, but we have listed them in a way that could guide you through a beginning library research process.

Using InfoRhode

The videos are published on YouTube so all of YouTube's features can be implemented - linking or embedding the videos in course assignments or notes, using closed captioning or transcripts, etc. You can view the tutorials individually or as a playlist on YouTube.

Individual videos can be used as point-of-need instruction for students in Brightspace, assignment instructions, syllabi, etc.

This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.