Our Information Literacy Tutorials are hosted in a self-enroll Blackboard Organization called ODU Libraries Information Literacy Tutorials.
Anyone with a Midas ID may enroll in the tutorials. The tutorials are interactive, with built-in quiz questions. Students will see their results at the end of each tutorial. Grading will be up to your discretion. Each tutorial has a mix of True/False, Multiple Choice, Interactive Drag-and-Drop, and Reflective Essay or Short Answer questions. Students will have the option to print their scores at the end of each tutorial, as well as go back and review the quiz questions. Anyone who completes a tutorial will be given a chance to print their quiz results, or save as a screenshot to email to an instructor, if so desired.
Detailed instructions for accessing the tutorials are available. If you are interested in using these tutorials in your class and have any questions, please contact Lucinda Rush (email@example.com) with any questions.
The Information Literacy Tutorials support and reinforce the following core concepts:
Tutorial One: Starting Your Research
Tutorial Two: Types of Information
Tutorial Three: Where & How to Find Information
Tutorial Four: Evaluating Information
Tutorial Five: Citation
Tutorial Six: Plagiarism
Tutorial Seven: Copyright & Creative Commons
Here are just a few ways in which the tutorials have been used with classes:
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