Online Tutorial: Information Literacy
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The online tutorial is designed to help libraries to teach basic information literacy skills. It contains general, library-independent information on the tasks of preparing and performing searches, as well as procuring and processing information. The online tutorial is divided into four individual modules. This modular structure makes it possible to map the complete process of information retrieval and evaluation and to develop it for individuals or a group in the context of training events (blended learning). The detailed learning objectives are specified at the beginning of each module so that the learner always has transparency regarding the purpose and benefit of the respective learning unit. The online tutorial can be used free of charge by all libraries. It can be used unchanged as a basic version via the DigiBib or as a copy on your own server, where it can be supplemented with local-specific texts, examples and exercises.
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