Data Literacy


Activity 1(Information literacy):

  • In your own words, define the term information literacy: Click here to enter text.
  • Choose a topic you would like to find information about: Click here to enter text.
  • List several keywords you can use in a library search of databases as well as an Internet search of your topic: Click here to enter text.
  • Using the credible websites guide, make a list of at least three Internet sites you could search for information about your topic.
  • Search through the virtual library and create a list of three different databases you could use to search for information about your topic.
  • Using the Internet as well as the databases, find one valid website and one valid article or resource in the virtual library database that contains information specific to your topic.

Activity 2 (Finding resources):

  • 1. Choose a topic you would like to find information about: Click here to enter text. 2. List several keywords you can use in a library search of databases as well as an Internet search of your topic: Click here to enter text. 3. Using the credible websites guide, make a list of at least three Internet sites you could search for information about your topic. – Click here to enter text. -Click here to enter text. – Click here to enter text. 4. Search through a virtual library and create a list of three different databases you could use to search for information about your topic. – Click here to enter text. – Click here to enter text. – Click here to enter text. 5. Using the Internet as well as databases, find one valid website and one valid article or resource in the virtual library database that contains information specific to your topic. – Website: Click here to enter text. – Article: Click here to enter text.

Activity 3 (DARTS):

DARTS is an information literacy process that helps assure that you conduct a thorough and accurate search for information. In the space below, write out what each letter in the acronym stands for. You can find more information on this topic in the weekly lecture.

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