Document Type

Other

Publication Date

Spring 2017

Abstract

This course content was designed as a week-long online module for a 1-credit online information literacy course.

Activities in this module include:

  • 2A: Codes of Academic Conduct (p. 3 - 4)
  • 2B: What Are My Friends Sharing? (p. 5 - 6)
  • 2C: What Am I Clicking? (p.7)

Module content focuses on defining, evaluating, and identifying reliable information in the context of academic work and everyday life information use. By the end of this unit, students should be able to:

  • Define plagiarism and misrepresentation as described in academic contexts
  • Identify characteristics of credible & reliable online information sources
  • Compare and contrast information use in academic and everyday life contexts
  • Reflect upon personal online information consumption

Keywords

information literacy, plagiarism, reliability, credibility, information use

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University of Iowa

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