Information literacy skills curriculum – Training activities
To help you locate and evaluate information, the library had developed several workshops and training activities to create our own special curriculum that teaches the following information literacy skills:
- Formulating effective search requests
- Establishing what information you need
- Determining a search strategy with the use of the right keywords
- Assessing and selecting sources of information
- Thoroughly analysing and processing the information for the products you generate yourself
Information literacy skills are one of the basic competencies you need as a student in a university of applied sciences. At the end of this curriculum, you will have the information literacy skills you need to be truly effective in completing your graduation requirements. These skills will benefit the quality of your final project as well as being skills you can put to excellent use after graduation.
|ILS Curriculum||Course||Format||Target group||Learning goals||Manual|
|1.||Bibits||E-campus (online, supervised by an information literacy specialist)||First-year students||Learning goals Bibits||Manual Bibits|
|2.||HIT||E-campus (online, supervised by an information literacy specialist||First-year and second-year students (a follow-up to Bibits)||Learning goals HIT||Manual HIT|
|3.||Workshop||Lecture (on request, given by an information literacy specialist)||Third and fourth-year students (follow-up to previous courses / students working on their thesis/graduation projects)||Learning goals Workshop|
|4.||RefWorks||Lecture (on request, given by an information literacy specialist)||Third and fourth-year students (students working on their thesis/graduation projects)||Learning goals RefWorks|
We can modify these courses according to the specific needs of a degree programme , and we can also teach them in English. The library has its own instruction room for providing these training activities.
More information? Or make an appointment? Contact Leen Liefsoens (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Hamida Rodjan (email@example.com). You can also contact the information specialist for your programme or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.