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Library Tutorials, Videos, & Tools: Credo InfoLit Modules

Variety of multimedia videos for information literacy and library skills instruction.

Instruct: Getting Started With Research

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Instruct: Evaluating Information & Bias

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Instruct: Visual and Quantitative Literacy

imageVisual and Quantitative Literacy 

This module explores how to locate, evaluate, and understand visual images & statistics, and to think critically about how and why they are being used in different contexts.

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Instruct: Sources of Information

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Instruct: Presenting Research & Data

Presenting Research and Data Instructor Guide

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to…

  • Effectively write a paper by:
    • Organizing the content in a manner that supports the purposes and format of the writing assignment.
    • Choosing a format that best supports the purposes of the writing assignment and the intended audience.
    • Communicating the desired content clearly.
    • Understanding the target audience.
    • Understanding the connections among information literacy, reading, and writing.
  • Understand what it means to synthesize information:
    • Using multiple sources to create an argument or explore an idea.
    • Recognize that synthesis takes place at every step of the research and writing process.
    • Realize that many writing techniques, including quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing aid in information synthesis.
    • Become familiar with examples of information synthesis in different disciplines.

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Instruct: Citations

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Instruct: Searching for Information

Instruct: Information Ethics

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Instruct: Using Critical Thinking & Logic

brainUsing Critical Thinking and Logic

Logical reasoning is the process of observation, gathering evidence, and building an argument with the goal of reaching a conclusion. As a student, you can use logical reasoning to solve problems and develop ideas in your academic and personal life.

Presenting Research and Data Instructor Guide

Learning Objectives

Students will be able to…

  • Effectively write a paper by:
    • Organizing the content in a manner that supports the purposes and format of the writing assignment.
    • Choosing a format that best supports the purposes of the writing assignment and the intended audience.
    • Communicating the desired content clearly.
    • Understanding the target audience.
    • Understanding the connections among information literacy, reading, and writing.
  • Understand what it means to synthesize information:
    • Using multiple sources to create an argument or explore an idea.
    • Recognize that synthesis takes place at every step of the research and writing process.
    • Realize that many writing techniques, including quoting, paraphrasing, and summarizing aid in information synthesis.
    • Become familiar with examples of information synthesis in different disciplines.

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Instruct: Culture and Citizenship

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Step 4. Click "Email My Results"

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Instruct Help

How can I retake a quiz?

You will need to clear your browser history, try another browser, or use incognito mode. The modules are set to prevent you from retaking the same quiz. Clearing cache & browser history will reset the quiz.

*Once you take a quiz: You must clear your cache & browser history to retake the quiz.

What if I am getting an error message?

  1. First, start by clearing your cache & history.
  2. Then try to navigate through the complete course to the specific item.

Where can I find the Credo InfoLit videos, tutorials, and quizzes?

To view the complete inventory of videos, tutorials, & quizzes, visit FIU's Instruct Course and login with your FIU credentials. Use the updated links.