Toolbox of activities, discussion starters, and partner/group work exercises from the University of South Florida's Academy for Teaching and Learning Excellence.
This resource and accompanying assignment focuses on evaluating news sources/claims and were used in an online information literacy class.
Classroom assessment techniques (CATs) are learner-centered activities that engage students in learning and yield actionable assessment results.
The Instructor’s Corner contains teaching resources (discussion prompts, activities, etc.) for instructors at CSUSB.
This interactive learning module takes students through the process of identifying the differences between primary and secondary sources. The structure of the tutorial consists of four parts.
These online, self-paced tutorials built in Articulate Storyline instruct students in academic-level research skills at point-of-need.
A website produced by library instructors at Brigham Young University for use in blended learning instruction with First-Year Writing (FYW) classes.
Interactive lesson planning tool for identifying the skills and competencies necessary for reading, writing and participating on the web.
The web is a unique terrain, substantially different from print materials. Yet, too often attempts at teaching information literacy for the web do not take into account both the web’s unique challenges and its unique affordances.
The ETD+ Toolkit is an approach to improving student and faculty research output management.