Self-Guided Interactive Online Tutorials
CUNY Libraries Information Competence Tutorials | Bilingual Information Competency Tutorial
This tutorial is a modified version of the tutorials developed by the California State University Libraries. It includes 9 easy to use modules ( 4 modules in the bilingual edition). All are clear, direct and provide interactive exercises for learning. Modules include: 1.Define the Research Topic; 2.Determine the Information Requirements for the Research Question; 3.Locate and Retrieve Relevant Information; 4.Use the Technological Tools For Accessing Information ; 5.Evaluate Information; 6.Organize and Synthesize Information; 7.Understand the Ethical, Legal and Socio-Political Issues Surrounding Information and Information Technology. ; 8.Use, Evaluate and Treat Critically Information Retrieved from the Mass Media; 9.Communicate Using a Variety of Information Technologies.
The Flow of Information
A look at linear time and information from the UCLA College Library. This tutorial takes you from the occurrence of an event to the documentation of evidence relating to this event, to how the evidence is disseminated and finally to how researchers (and students) can find this information. Useful resource for a greater understanding of the production of knowledge.
Texas Tilt (University of Texas)
This tutorial is organized in three modules which can be completed in any order: Selecting, Searching, Evaluating. Each of these excellent modules includes an introduction, a list of key concepts and skills you should learn, main text and interactions, and a quiz. Excellent and fun resource! Developed by the University of Texas System Digital Library.
Information Literacy Tutorial Introduction (University of Wisconsin – Parkside)
This Information Literacy tutorial consists of five modules. Module 1: The Research Process; Module 2: Research Skills and Tools; Module 3: Finding and Selecting Materials; Module 4: Evaluating Resources; Module 5: Using Sources Responsibly. These clear modules are very accessible.