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Credo InfoLit

A How-to guide for including modules from Credo InfoLit in your Canvas or course content.

Getting Started with Research

Learning Outcomes:

Students will be able to…

  • Understand what information literacy is and why it is important in school, the workplace, and society.
  • Know resources available to build information literacy skills.
  • Identify how information is needed and used in everyday life.
  • Set goals to build information literacy skills.
  • Identify the steps in the research process.
  • Develop a plan for a research paper.
  • Choose a research topic.
  • Identify keywords, synonyms, and related terms for a project.
  • Recognize the iterative nature of the research process.