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Digital Information Literacy Toolkit

This guide is for faculty seeking to add Digital Information Literacy Teaching and Learning to their courses.

Student Creativity Supports

Library Support of Students as Creators

 

Equipment

  • One Button Studio
  • Magic Box Digital Exhibit Display
  • Library of Things Equipment checkout

Software/Services

  • Adobe Creative Cloud
  • Bepress Institutional Repository
  • Zotero Citation and Document Manager

Expertise/Instruction

  • Copyright, Creative Commons and Licensing
  • Open Access
  • Curate, Research, Communicate, Archive materials

Subscription Resources

Open Access Materials

Helpful Guides

Below is a list of additional general research guides that provide content. Discipline and Course-level guides may also be helpful, reach out to your Subject Librarian to discuss.

IT Modules

Required Modules

In order to learn how to use digital technology safely at a basic level, students will complete these modules:

  1. Email and Messaging Safety
  2. Browser Security Basics
  3. Password Security Basics

This meets SBHE Policy 461 Digital Literacy Section 4.C