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Information Literacy

What is information literacy? A valuable set of skills and abilities important for people at all educational levels and all stages of life. Information literacy skills encompass the ability to conduct thorough research and use that research effectively and ethically to produce high quality, informative writing, papers, projects, and presentations. The Kaplan Family Library is here to support both the integration of information literacy into your courses and your development as an information literate individual. 

Librarians are always happy to provide one-on-one research consultations with you to discuss search strategies and help locate key resources for your research assignment.

 

 

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