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Information Literacy Modules (Infolit Modules)

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The University of Central Florida Information Literacy Modules are funded by the Office of Information Fluency and developed by personnel in the John C. Hitt Library and the Center for Distributed Learning. The modules are supplemental resources available for use by faculty to help students build information literacy skills. The modules are designed for both face-to-face and online courses.

  • Modules titles include:
  • Avoiding Plagiarism Using APA Style
  • Avoiding Plagiarism Using MLA Style
  • Citing Sources Using APA Style (6th edition)
  • Citing Sources Using MLA Style (7th edition)
  • Avoiding Plagiarism Using Chicago Manual of Style, 16th Edition and Moving into Discipline Specific Research
  • Conducting a Literature Review
  • Creating a Search Strategy
  • Evaluating Web Sites
  • Focusing an Information Search
  • Managing References using RefWorks
  • Maximizing Google Scholar Searches
  • Recognizing a Research Study
  • Selecting Articles for Academic Assignments
  • Understanding the Information Cycle

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