"Information literacy is defined as the ability to know when there is a need for information, to be able to identify, locate, evaluate, and effectively use that information for the issue or program at hand.” – The National Forum on Information Literacy
At TCC-TR, It is a FREE three-hour workshop offered by the Tahita Fulkerson Library. Students will learn to evaluate, integrate, and document information, as well as use the latest research tools and techniques. Information Literacy enhances critical thinking and builds a strong foundation for a successful academic career for students across all disciplines.
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Knowing how to properly search for and evaluate information will save you many hours in your life and will allow you to base decisions on quality information. If that's not enough, many teachers at TRC offer extra credit to students who take this course. Just present your certificate to any teacher who offers this extra credit, and you get the points. This certificate expires after 3 years.
If you took the Information Literacy workshop more than 3 years ago, it is highly recommended that you take it again.
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