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Information Literacy Modules
PLEASE NOTE: Information literacy modules listed below are designed to enable students to recognize the value of information and use it to make informed choices in their personal, professional and academic lives. The information literacy course is aimed at empowering students to:
- effectively access,
- synthesize and apply information from a variety of sources and formats in a variety of contexts
Notes on Five information literacy modules
Dictionaries, encyclopaedias, Thesaurus
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Where to find information for your assignments? Understand your topic
- Online journal titles? search Full-text finder (search by typing the name of the journal)
- Find synonyms or related terms
Flow chart on Finding Books and Journals in the Library