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QR Codes: Faculty Resources

What is Information Literacy?

Information literacy allows individuals to identify, search, locate, retrieve, organize and critically evaluate information from a range of sources and use it effectively.  The LITE sessions are informed by standards and guidelines of information literacy developed by the Association of College and Research Libraries(ACRL). These standards focus on students in higher education at all levels.  The standards also list a range of outcomes for assessing student progress toward information literacy. The Information Literacy Outcomes (Summary) provided by the CUNY Council of Chief Librarians Information Literacy White Paper, 4/16/2001 provides a clear summary of the ACRL guidelines.

LITE Workshops@Addlestone

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Schedule a Special Instruction Session for your class on any of the topics covered in our guide. 

To schedule a consultation, contact Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem at or 843-953-3604.

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Additional Resources

For more information on using QR Codes in the classroom, you may be interested in the following resources:

Articles and blogs:

From Toy Tool: Cell Phones in Learning

Instructional Design Librarian, Digital Scholarship and Services

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Jolanda-Pieta (Joey) van Arnhem M.F.A., M.L.I.S.
Addlestone Library, Room 101