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Information Literacy @ UWW

UW-W Specific Assignments

New Student Seminar library discovery activity: Part of a group library activity used with the UW-W New Student Seminar classes. Incorporating the use of iPads to access apps for use in the exercises--this group activity incorporates information literacy objectives and active learning into a library instruction session. For more information, contact James Castrillo.

Plagiarism: Cut & Paste Doesn't Cut It interactive online tutorial

Access additional Andersen Library tutorials off the Tutorials page. 

Other Institutions' Assignments

There's no need to start from scratch! Browse these sites for assignments that incorporate information literacy.

Project Calculators

  • Assignment Calculator - University of California-Los Angeles
    Interactive website where students enter a due date and get a research outline, including links to related information and research tools
  • Assignment Calculator - University of Minnesota
    Interactive website where students enter a due date and get a research outline, including links to related information and research tools
  • Research Paper Planner - University of California-Los Angeles
    Webpage listing basic research steps for 6 week, 10 week and semester long projects with links to helpful materials

Active Learning

Learning Styles

  • Index of Learning Styles Questionnaire
    44 question quiz from NC State University to help determine your learning style
  • Matters of Style
    Richard Felder compares 4 different learning style models: The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), Kolb's Learning Style Model, Herrmann Brain Dominance Instrument (HBDI), and Felder-Silverman Learning Style Model Matters of Style