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Welcome to the Darton State College Information Literacy Portal!
Last Updated: Jul 12, 2017 URL: http://libguides.darton.edu/informationliteracyandinstruction Print Guide

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What is Information Literacy

"Information literacy is the ability to obtain, evaluate, and effectively use information."  - Darton State College

 

Information literacy is one of the core components of Darton State College's Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP). Information literacy is not just about helping students "get good grades", it is about creating lifelong learners who think critically about the world around them.

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What will I find in this web portal?

This portal includes information for librarians at Darton State College who are interested in information literacy standards and improving their teaching skills. There's also information for faculty and instructors who are interested in integrating library instruction in their courses and, last but not least, there's information for students and researchers who are looking for help with starting their research, searching the databases, and evaluating the information they find.

This LibGuide is designed to help you find the information that is most relevant to your needs:

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