Using the Toolkit
The Signature Course faculty toolkit was created to lead you directly to the most valuable resources for integrating information literacy into your class curriculum. By browsing the toolkit, you will notice how different types of resources can complement the different assignments and goals of your class.
Browse the toolkit by the type of resources you are looking for: Assessment Tools, Assignments, Tutorials and Guides, or Instructor Guides. You can also search the toolkit by keyword, which searches the description of the resources, as well as the title of the resource, and the link name.
The entry for individual resources lists information about that resource, including a description, as well as a link (if available) to download or view that resource. You’ll also notice that each entry has tags – click on them to find similar resources
The Signature Course Faculty Toolkit is also a place to see what other resources faculty have used and how they have integrated information literacy in their courses. Each Faculty Example describes how a faculty member integrated information literacy into his or her course and includes links to the tailored resources used.
Some of the resource pages give you the option to Request a Tailored Version. This allows you to communicate with someone in Library Instruction to create a course-specific resource for your class. We ask that you provide some information about yourself and your class so that we can be prepared to collaborate with you.
Separate or in conjunction with any of the resources within the toolkit, you can request an instruction session, research guide, or assignment. We ask that you provide some information about yourself and your class so that we can contact you to collaborate about how to best integrate information literacy into your course.
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