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Welcome to LIS1000: Introduction to Information Literacy

LIS 1000, Introduction to Information Literacy, contains learning objectives, rubrics, lesson plans, and assessments designed to teach and assess the necessary skills expected in a two-year Florida college student. Learning objectives were adapted from the Association of College and Research Libraries’ Information Literacy Standards for Higher Education. Students will be able to recognize a need for information, seek appropriate resources to locate information, develop effective search strategies to retrieve information, evaluate the information found, and use these resources ethically.

Authors: Robbie Allen, Pat Barbier, Christine Boatright, Alexis Carlson, Denise English, Connie Head, Dan Hood, Nance Lempinen-Leedy, Mark Marino, Diana Matthews, Patricia Profeta, Marian Smith, Mem Stahley, Dixie Yeager