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This page contains information about resources available for use in Information Literacy training. Please add your own resources, reviews and recommendations to share.

 

SMILE is an online Information Literacy training package which was created as part of the JISC RePRODUCE programme project managed by Katy Wrathall, in a collaborative project between University of Worcester, Loughborough University and Imperial College London. It has been expanded by Glasgow Caledonian University and now includes units covering Learning styles, Understanding the Question, Information Management, Gathering Information, Finding Information (including database searching), Evaluating Information, Managing Information, Plagiarism, Harvard and Numerical referencing, Communicating Information, and Your Digital footprint. SMILE can also be used as a stand-alone package or as part of a blended learning approach. It can be downloaded for reuse and repurposing HERE.

 

Cardiff University developed a Handbook for Information Literacy Teaching in 2005. It is regularly updated and is available for download from HERE.

 

Sarah Oxford (Academic Liaison Librarian for Education at University of Worcester) has created a set of resources including lesson plans, scenario work, directed study tasks and  presentation which she has can be repurposed and reused. They are available for download from this folder .

 

 

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