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It can be used together with the Strategy for Finding Statistics and Data to enhanced students' self-directed learning. The exercise intended to address the faculty's challenge in guiding students to find a good data research topic. It can be adapted based on your specific instruction needs.
Contributor: Grace Liu
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Searching as Strategic Exploration, Framework as a Whole
Graphic organizer that takes students through the 5 W's (Who What Where When Why). Includes prompt questions. 
Contributor: Sarah Hood
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Research as Inquiry
FAQ, Articles & Videos, Discussions in the Higher Ed Community, Writing Assignments, Assessment, Use of AI/ChatGPT in the Classroom, Plagiarism & Academic Integrity, AI Detectors, Syllabus Statements & Course Policies, Faculty Uses for AI  
Contributor: Sarah Hood
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Framework as a Whole
Tips and Advice on using ChatGPT effectively and ethically (English & Spanish)
Contributor: Sarah Hood
Thinking Outside the Box is an in-class research exercise designed to facilitate students' evaluation of information found in subscription databases and obtained through generative artificial intelligence tools by providing a series of questions for them to answer. For this exercise, the applicable frames from the Framework for Information Literacy include: "authority is constructed and contextual," "information creation as process," and "searching as strategic exploration."
Contributor: Latia Ward
Resource Type(s): Assignment Prompt
A group of four librarians from varied disciplinary backgrounds came together to examine issues of artificial intelligence and large language models. We are of the opinion that Pandora's box has been opened. Students will use ChatGPT, so it is important that we engage our students to promote a deeper learning and awareness of this technology and its limitations. As a result, we participated in a semester-long ChatGPT workshop sponsored by our institution's writing center. We explored various aspects of generative pre-trained transformers (GPTs), particularly where it intersects with...
Contributor: Stefanie Hilles
A visual representation of the publishing process and how access is provided that includes what free labor is contributed to the process and how publishing companies make astronomical profits from freely given materials
Contributor: John LaDue
Resource Type(s): Learning Object, Other
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Information Has Value
This resource consists of three prompts for students to reflect on their research process at the beginning, the midpoint, and the end of a research assignment. The reflection responses can be used by librarians and instructors to identify where students are struggling in the research process and use that information to improve their teaching. 
Contributor: Kayleen Jones
Using social media examples, helping students understand how scholarship is not done in isolation but shared and a conversation. This is a lesson plan for a single class session. Included is a Learning Objectives doc for behind the scenes use, Questions Reading Activity for sharing with students, and Assessment for capturing data.
Contributor: Emily Bufford
Information Literacy Frame(s) Addressed: Scholarship as Conversation
Easier access to research data is changing the research landscape. Investigate the data available for your research topic through the library’s catalog and open-access sources. 
Contributor: Kaypounyers Maye
Resource Type(s): Assignment Prompt, Lesson Plan
Tags: data