Notre Dame Libraries Information Literacy Pot of Gold

Hesburgh Libraries

University of Notre Dame

  1. Home
  2. Introduction
  3. Information Cycle
  4. Investigating
  5. Searching
  6. Locating
  7. Evaluating
  8. Utilizing
  9. Ask a Librarian
  10. Acknowledgements


  1. Module 1 Information Cycle How does a simple question or a single event in history become the focus of research and scholarly analysis?
  2. Module 2 Investigating Preliminary investigation of the assignment, the topic, and the research question will save you time and effort.
  3. Module 3 Searching Information is everywhere. Learn how to select the best sources for your particular information needs.
  4. Module 4 Locating Learn how to find books, download articles or obtain other information you need from Hesburgh Libraries and beyond.
  5. Module 5 Evaluating Don't get caught with the wrong information! Remember CAARP - Currency, Authority, Accuracy, Relevance, and Purpose.
  6. Module 6 Utilizing Give credit where credit's due. Apply appropriate ethical guidelines to the use of information.

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