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Module 1 Presentation Library Resources and Skills (LSC 150) CCSU instructor: Nick Tomaiuolo

Information Literacy: a necessity for everyone:

Information Literacy: a necessity for everyone The basic definition of Information Literacy, provided by the American Library Association, is: Information Literacy is the set of skills needed to find , retrieve , analyze , and use information . Here is a definition of Information Literacy that is suitable for college students: Information Literacy is the ability to identify an information need and locate, evaluate, and use appropriate resources in keeping with academic integrity and ethical standards.

Concrete examples of the ALA Info Literacy definition:

Concrete examples of the ALA Info Literacy definition Searching a database for a list of attorneys who practice “ family law ” (illustrates the ability to FIND information) Saving the information about all the attorneys that meet your criteria to your flash drive (illustrates the ability to RETRIEVE information) Doing further research to determine which of those attorneys graduated from Ivy League law schools (illustrates the ability to ANALYZE information) Contacting the attorney you believe is best qualified to represent you (illustrates the ability to USE information)

More real-world applications of Information Literacy : A few examples:

More real-world applications of Information Literacy : A few examples When you are learn about subject databases, you will know which database(s) will be useful for FINDING information about a company when you are trying to prepare for a job interview. When you become familiar with bibliographic citations you will be able to confidently RETRIEVE the items (such as books and articles) that you are interested in examining. When you are aware of biases in the tone or content of a Web site, you will be better able to EVALUATE the validity of its content.

Library Resources and Skills will help you become more information literate:

Library Resources and Skills will help you become more information literate Help you articulate an information need Make you aware of the appropriate resources available to you that can use to satisfy the information need Help you evaluate the information provided by the resources Give you an opportunity to learn what is required to use information ethically and with integrity.

An introduction to the CCSU Library Web site:

An introduction to the CCSU Library Web site If you are a CCSU student, the CCSU Library Web site it is the most logical place for you to begin most of your research. Find and use books including eBooks, DVDs, maps, music scores, and more. Find and use articles in scholarly journals, magazines, and newspapers. Find and use images and sound files. Find and use items placed on the site by your professors. Get help citing you the information you use

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it:

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it:

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it ENTER THE URL IN YOUR BROWSER ’ S ADDRESS FORM: http://library.ccsu.edu

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it:

The Burritt Library home page and how to find it

The home page: highlights the online catalog:

The home page: highlights the online catalog

home page options: allows you to choose other resources:

home page options: allows you to choose other resources

More from the home page:

More from the home page

SERVICES from the home page:

SERVICES from the home page

Your Bluenet ID amd the Burritt Library:

Your Bluenet ID amd the Burritt Library remote access access your library record request materials from other CSU campus libraries read online Course Reserve materials

For Remote Access:

For Remote Access

For Remote Access:

For Remote Access

For Remote Access:

For Remote Access

For Remote Access:

For Remote Access

To Access Your Library Record:

To Access Your Library Record

To Access Your Library Record:

To Access Your Library Record

To Access Your Library Record:

To Access Your Library Record

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries:

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries:

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries:

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries:

To Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

To Read Online Course Reserves:

To Read Online Course Reserves

You also need::

You also need:

You also need: ILLIAD:

You also need: ILLIAD A few words about the Burritt Library Interlibrary Loan service.

The CCSU Library & Interlibrary Loan:

The CCSU Library & Interlibrary Loan Thousands of books, print journals, electronic journals, full text, DVDs, music scores, CDs, etc. No Library Has Everything ILL is a cooperative activity The number of items the Burritt Library loans out to other libraries through ILL exceeds the number of items the Burritt Library requests on ILL Interlibrary Loan is a free service

But to use Interlibrary Loan you must have an ILLIAD account:

But to use Interlibrary Loan you must have an ILLIAD account

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

DATABASE / FIND A COPY / ILLIAD:

DATABASE / FIND A COPY / ILLIAD

DATABASE / FIND A COPY / ILLIAD:

DATABASE / FIND A COPY / ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD:

ILLIAD

ILLIAD: Delivery/Accessing an Article ILL sends you an email::

ILLIAD: Delivery/Accessing an Article ILL sends you an email: Notification Information Requested Item Delivered Electronically Dear Nick Tomaiuolo, An article that you requested: Title: Social Tagging in the Web 2.0 Environment: Author vs. User Tagging Author: Heather Lea Moulaison has been received and processed by the Interlibrary Loan Staff. You can now access this item by logging on to CCSU ILLiad and choosing the 'Electronic Delivery' option from your main menu. The URL for logging on to CCSU ILLiad is: https://ccsu.illiad.oclc.org/illiad/logon.html If you have any questions about this service, please e-mail us at InterLibraryLoan@ccsu.edu or call us at 860-832-3408. Your phone number is: 860-832-2068 Transaction 40206 Sent 8/25/2011 11:34:46 AM

The home page revisited:

The home page revisited

More from the home page:

More from the home page

Module 1 Recap:

Module 1 Recap Information Literacy is: the set of skills needed to find , retrieve , analyze , and use information Expanding on that: identify an information need use appropriate resources in keeping with academic integrity and ethical standards

Module 1 Recap:

Module 1 Recap Library Home Page Access via URL , Google , CCSU Home Page Bluenet ID Remote access to databases Access Your Library Record Request Materials from Other CSU Campus Libraries Read Online Course Reserves

Module 1 Recap:

Module 1 Recap Library Home Page Interlibrary Loan ILLIAD Creating Your ILLIAD Account Receive journal articles electronically Come into the library to pick up other materials

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