INTRODUCTION TO

INFORMATION LITERACY

 
 

The specific objectives of this course are for students to:

  1. 1.Understand the organization of information systems.

  2. 2.Locate and retrieve information sources.

  3. 3.Learn the best way to use information research and retrieval tools.

  4. 4.Develop appropriate and effective search strategies.

  5. 5.Recognize appropriate and inappropriate sources.

  6. 6.Analyze and critically evaluate information.

  7. 7.Organize and synthesize information.

  8. 8.Recognize and articulate a research problem.

  9. 9.Use and apply information effectively.

  10. 10.Convey important information to third parties.

  11. 11.Understand APA Style.

  12. 12.Properly develop a bibliography.

  13. 13.Understand the necessary ethical and privacy issues.

  14. 14.Understand information’s role to the public administrator.

 

WELCOME TO THE COURSE WEBSITE

This Website Is Maintained By:

Adam Scott Wandt, JD, MPA

Deputy Chair for Instructional Technology

Department of Public Management

John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Chandra Hanke, MA

Adjunct Lecturer and

Coordinator of Instructional Design

John Jay College of Criminal Justice


Updated:     17 March 2011