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NYC School Library System: Information Literacy

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Educators and librarians play a crucial role in helping young researchers learn how to understand and critically evaluate sources, including scholarly articles and websites. The New York City Department of Education's (NYC DOE) Office of Library Services has created this helpful guide of resources related to information literacy. This guide includes resources, created by a number of educational institutions, related to topics such as plagiarism, proper citation, website evaluation, and the research process. The Online Test and Tutorials section of this website is especially helpful, highlighting a number of interactive activities or presentations that educators can use when teaching information literacy classes. The reading section of this guide offers online tutorials and tips for reading critically and tackling scholarly articles. The writing process section contains links to resources about grammar and note taking.
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Date of Scout Publication 2018-06-22
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/2018/0622

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Subject: Comment On: NYC School Library System: Information Literacy
Posted By: Nadine
Date Posted: 6/27/18 5:54am
This resource seems to be out of date, and the MLA link goes to a game for MLA7 rather than MLA8