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Information Literacy Tutorials (Please use Google Chrome)

Information Literacy Tutorials

Rose-Hulman Information Literacy Tutorials


Welcome to the Rose-Hulman Information Literacy Modules! The materials on these pages have been designed to give you a foundation in information literacy and critical thinking.

What is Information Literacy?

Information Literacy Defined

"Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information." - American Library Association 

Topics have been divided among six modules; each includes videos, tutorials, and quizzes. Please see the blue tabs to the right of this box.

Need help? Have questions about using the Rose InfoLit Modules? Contact the Logan Library or your professor.


Student Outcomes for the Information Literacy Modules:


  • Students will be able to determine what information is needed to complete their designated research/writing projects.

  • Student will be able to identify and find resources to meet the requirements of their designated research/writing projects.

  • Students will be able to evaluate found information and decide if it meets the requirements of their designated research/writing projects or if they need to find additional information.

  • Students will be able to correctly cite and use information created by others.