Take a quick look at the overview video for Information Literacy – Health Science:
Extend your library’s reach with teaching materials that can be used in health science courses, one-shot sessions, and at the point of need. The health sciences rank among higher education’s most in-demand fields, and this instruction platform will help ensure these students acquire the foundational skills necessary for academic and career success. Furthermore, the Credo Insights analytics tool allows you to measure student outcomes and demonstrate the value of library instruction at your institution.
IL Strategy Handbook: A step-by-step approach to creating or improving an IL program, with current research, examples, and activities.
InfoLit Learning Community: Access articles, webinars, and tools to support instruction around information literacy, media literacy, critical thinking, and research skills.
While our Information Literacy – Core content package provides a more general overview of foundational skills suitable for general education and First-Year Experience courses, Information Literacy – Health Science is designed to offer much more specific instruction. Here is a sample of the material that can be added to your instruction when you use Information Literacy – Health Science: