Infobase Information Literacy Resources

Information literacy forms the basis for lifelong learning. It is common to all disciplines, to all learning environments, and to all levels of education. It enables learners to master content and extend their investigations, become more self-directed, and assume greater control over their own learning. 

Scroll down for resources that support information literacy—and so much more!—at all levels, covering:
Digital Citizenship    News Literacy    Identifying Misinformation    Election Coverage    Critical-Thinking & Research Skills

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Infobase’s Information Literacy Products

Infobase offers a variety of products covering all facets of information literacy for all levels, including IL skill-builder videos, quizzes, and articles; professional development and training courses; trustworthy, vetted news services; unbiased pro/con content; curated reference databases; and much more.

News Literacy Workshop

Check out our free 4-part workshopwhich includes skill-building webinars and accompanying blog posts, with news literacy expert Vanessa Otero of Ad Fontes Media.

Rave Review of Vanessa Otero’s Webinars:
“I’ve been in journalism and communications as well as teaching for some years and have never encountered such an excellent teaching resource and workshop delivery. Excellent in every way.”—Rita E. Creane, Writer-Educator

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Credo IL Strategy Handbook, 2E

The Credo IL Strategy Handbook, Second Edition (COLLEGE)

Credo’s team of librarians have created The Credo IL Strategy Handbook, Second Edition, based on years of working with hundreds of libraries, research into current best practices, and insight from our customers. This updated edition includes a new chapter on teaching information literacy online, discussing curriculum, outreach, and especially student engagement.

School Library Journal Four Ways to Improve Digital Citizenship Education (K–12)

Digital citizenship skills are essential, and that’s particularly true now that many students are learning online during the pandemic. Yet, a School Library Journal survey, sponsored by Infobase, of K–12 educators and librarians across the U.S. suggests that schools aren’t focusing enough attention on teaching students how to become responsible digital citizens.

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