Information Literacy: Defined
Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to "recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information."
About the Toolkit
The purpose of this toolkit is to provide the LU and LIT faculty with resources about information literacy and how the librarians can assist them.
Our IL program bases its foundation on the Association of College and Research Libraries Infomation Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education.
assistance with the creation of assignments that stress information literacy standards
Instruction sessions on library research
Embedded librarian in courses to provide research assistance
tutorials and learning modules for students
And more, if you have an idea please call us.
Content and arrangement of this LibGuide is borrowed from The Faculty IL Toolkit created by Middlesex Community College Librarians. Original site is located at http://mxcc.commnet.libguides.com/iltoolkit
LU's Reference Librarians
Karen Nichols - Coordinator of Reference Services
Theresa Hefner-Babb - Instruction Coordinator/Government Documents
Carmen Doering - Electronic Resources Librarian
Michael Saar - Reference/Instruction Librarian
Helena Arthur-Okor - Distance education Librarian
Mary and John Gray Library
PO Box 10021
Beaumont, TX 77706