Nuts and Bolts of Information Literacy

The information-literate student can: 

*Recognize the need for information 
*Identify and locate appropriate information sources 
*Access information contained in those sources 
*Evaluate the quality of information obtained 
*Organize the information 
*Use the information effectively (Doyle, 1992) 

Example of a research method:

For suggested web sites on research, citing sources, surfing the internet 
safely, and much more, please see the Research and Reference Section on the 
Links to Everything, Part Three page of this web site.