The Information Literacy Commons is a collection of Digital Learning Objects (DLO) built by academic librarians for the teaching and assessment of information literacy standards set by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education (MSCHE). It is also intended to be an interactive learning community designed to promote collaborative resource sharing, teaching and assessment across the curriculum with an emphasis on “best practices” and effective uses of educational media.
The Commons is set up in modules (or categories), each with an information literacy standard defined, associated competencies, learning outcomes and sets of tutorials and educational media. These open source DLOs include: videos, podcasts, interactive online exercises and quizzes.
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The Information Literacy Commons contains five main categories of content, linked below, each with its own subcategories.
You can also jump directly to any category or subcategory via the navigation bar at the top of every page.