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Research Instruction

Information Literacy Concepts


This guide covers concepts that will enhance and guide your research process. It is a compiled set of resources organized to answer specific questions regarding the research process. See the blue tabs on the left to navigate through the menu of questions. The questions can be perused in order or you may select a question currently of interest to you. 

Note: Please be advised that some of the sets of videos are gathered from ProQuest Research Companion, an online research course, which is not available on the open web. In order to access these videos, you will need to enter your student login information. When you access these, you are leaving this LibGuide. You can come back to the LibGuide by clicking the browser tab to the left of the new "Learning Modules" tab from ProQuest.

This LibGuide is based upon the Association of College and Research Library's Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.

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