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The videos below are matched to Information Literacy Learning Outcomes for particular courses. Where applicable, this information is provided. We ask that where videos are aligned with particular courses, they are not used in other courses.
This video is aligned with EGL 101 Info Lit Learning Outcomes. It introduces students to the following concepts/definitions: reference source, database, journalism, popular source, limiter, and citation.
This video walks students through how to locate and use Oakton's library chat service. This is a great video for your course if you are not scheduling a full class.
Sample tutorials and quizzes
The following are samples only. To embed one of these into your course or have it hosted on a research guide, please request library instruction to be partnered with a librarian that can update the content for you.
This is a sample of the "quiz" we use for English 101 assessment. It includes an article and a primary source video and asks students to investigate and identify elements important to introductory information literacy.