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These information literacy lessons can be easily integrated into the regular curriculum of a class.  They are organized according to the steps of the Research Project Calculator.


Lessons for Step 1: QUESTION

Lessons for Step 2: GATHER

Lessons for Step 3: CONCLUDE

Lessons for Step 4: COMMUNICATE

Lessons for Step 5: EVALUATE


These are content area lessons which incorporate information literacy skills. Click on a subject to find lessons coordinated with MN state standards. To access additional resources for your content area, click on the link at the top of each page.



Resources about Information Literacy: Bibliography of Resources


  • What is Information Literacy?
  • Why is Information Literacy Important?
  • How Do I Teach Information Literacy Skills?


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