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Augustana Plan for the Integration of Information Literacy (APIIL)

Information literacy instruction and assessment ideas for faculty to use in undergraduate courses and programs

Information Creation as a Process

The resources below relate to the Information Creation as a Process frame of the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education. Learning outcomes include, but are not limited to:

  • Identify differences between types of information sources (e.g., books, journal articles, trade publications, webpages) in order to use the most appropriate sources for a given context.

  • Identify different “genres” within publication types (e.g., empirical vs. review article, edited book vs. authored book) in order to use the most appropriate sources for a given context.

  • Recognize processes involved in creating different types of information sources in order to use them in a more informed way.

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Videos and Tutorials


Instruction and Activities