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Developing and designing teaching material for information literacy education from scratch can be time consuming. Oftentimes, it is more efficient to adapt existing materials to integrate information literacy skills into your teaching. On this page you will find examples of facultary integration of the four dimensions of the UM information literacy framework into teaching and assessment.

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Resource Discovery

Search Planning Form

Learning Diary


Critical Assessment


Critical Assessment Online Tutorial

Bullshit Lecture


Organising Information

Learning Diary

Workshop Searching & Referencing


Creation & Communication

Digital Detox Workshop

Self-assessment rubric



CPD Workshop

Information Literacy Game


The following databases provide additional teaching materials for information literacy education.


This sandbox provides learning and assessment activities from other universities. You can search per discipline or per dimension of the ACRL information literacy framework (a prominent framework for information literacy developed by US-American university libraries).


This webpage was created to support the uptake of the ACRL framework. The page offers valuable assignment and assessment examples, as well as academic research on information literacy education.

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