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Information Literacy Playlists: Alphabetical List of Materials

All of the materials from our Information Literacy Playlists listed alphabetically for easy searching.

About Information Literacy
Accessing Full Text Articles video tutorial
The ACRL Framework for Information Literacy
ACRL Information Literacy Standards for Science and Engineering/Technology
Appropriate Sources
Authority: Questions to Consider

Call Numbers
Can You Pick the Fake News Headline? (Australian Broadcast Company)
Can You Spot the Fake Stories? (BBC)
Characteristics of Research Assignments
Characteristics of Scholarly Journals, Trade Journals and Popular Magazines
Choosing a Manageable Research Topic (Pfau Library)
Citation Tools Research Guide
Common Elements of a Scholarly Article
Concept Mapping by BrainPOP
Copyright Quest
Creating to Connect
Creative Publication Tools

Data Information Literacy: Working Space from the Institute of Museum and Library Services
Day After Graduation Study (Project Information Literacy)
Degrees of Separation Quest
Designing Effective Library Assignments
Desperately Seeking Citations: Uncovering Faculty Assumptions About the Undergraduate Research Process
Directory of Subject Librarians at UAlbany
Distinguishing Yourself as a Job Candidate (PDF)
Distinguishing Yourself as a Job Candidate (PPT)
Distinguishing Yourself as a Job Candidate (video)

Engaging First-Year Students in Meaningful Library Research: A Practical Guide for Teaching Faculty
Evaluating Information Guide
Evaluating Web Content
Exploring Academic Integrity (Clarement Colleges Library)
Finding Books for Your Research tutorial
Finding Magazine and Newspaper Articles in a Library Database tutorial (PDF)
Finding Magazine and Newspaper Articles in a Library Database tutorial (PowerPoint)
Finding Scholarly Articles in Library Databases tutorial (PDF)
Finding Scholarly Articles in Library Databases tutorial (PowerPoint)
Finding the Fake-News King (NPR)
Format Quest

Generating Ideas (Picking a Research Topic)
Goblin Threat Plagiarism Game (Snowden Library)
Giving Credit Quest
Graduate Employability Lens of the Seven Pillars of Information Literacy (SCONUL)

How Can We Learn to Reject Fake News in the Digital World? (The Conversation)
How to Build Your Creative Confidence (TED)
How to Read a Scientific Paper, a tutorial from Michael Fosmere at Purdue University
How to Spot Fake News (

Ignite Your Everyday Creativity (SUNY Buffalo State)
iLearn Workshops
IMC Tutorials and Handouts
Information Formats, Information Creation Quiz
Information Literacy Dialog videos from Project Information Literacy
Information Literacy Playlists
The Information Literacy User's Guide
Instruction Request Form

Keyword Searching tutorial

Library Guide to the Resources in Sciences: Multidisciplinary and Technology
Library Terms Translated
Library Tutorials and Videos

Metaliteracy Badging System

Open Media Lab (SUNY Old Westbury)

Peer Review Quest
Picking a Research Topic (Generating Ideas)
Plagiarism 101 video tutorial
Plagiarism: What You Need to Know tutorial
Primary and Secondary Sources for the Humanities and the Social Sciences
Primary and Secondary Sources for Science
Principles of Paraphrasing (Harvard Graduate School of Education)
Privileging Peer Review: Implications for Undergraduates
Publications by Project Information Literacy

Research by Subject video tutorial
The Research Process for Science – Government Science Portal
Science Information Lifecycle from the University of California at Irvine
Sharing Quest
Stanford Researchers Find Students Have Trouble Judging the Credibility of Information Online
Student Misidentification of Online Genres
A Super-Size News Quiz (Washington Post)

Tales of Creativity and Play (TED)
Tips for Avoiding Research Anxiety
Top 4 "Soft Skills" Candidates Need Today (Recruiter Channel)
Transferring Information Know-How (Informall)

Ulrich's International Periodicals Directory tutorial
Using Sources
USPTO: United States Patents and Trademarks Office


Weekly News Quiz (New York Times)
Welcome to the University Libraries tutorial
What is a Primary Source? (UC San Diego Library)
When and Why to Cite Sources
Working with Scholarly Articles video tutorial

Your Role as a Creator of Information

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