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Cornell University: Digital Literacy Resource

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What does it mean to be digitally literate? In short, it is the ability to find, use, share, and create content online. In this age of all things digital, this site from Cornell University is essential; it includes research tips for students, videos from Cornell professors on digital literacy, and a wide range of other materials. The Top Questions area is a great place to look over thoughtful answers to questions such as, "What makes an article 'scholarly'?" and "Do I have to cite the source of this information if I use it in my paper?" The site also contains sections like Research Guide for Students and Privacy and the Internet. The Research Guide for Students is invaluable and includes thoughtful discussions on finding and evaluating sources, citing sources, and much more. The site also includes a wonderful Technology Trends section and a place for visitors to ask questions.
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Date of Scout Publication 2014-04-11
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2014/0411

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