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Information Literacy at Guttman: A Faculty Toolkit

Use this guide to locate information literacy lessons you can adapt for your courses.

Creating Keywords from a Research Question

This activity helps students recognize that they need to use
different types of searching
language in order to retrieve relevant results and to empha
size that research is an iterative
process.

This activity helps students recognize that they need to use different types of searching language in order to retrieve relevant results and to emphasize that research is an iterative process. Note: Use when students have already formulated a research question and are about to begin searching for information on their topic.