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About These Credo InfoLit Modules

The Credo InfoLit Modules will help you develop your students' information literacy skills, including finding information, using that information, and creating the end product.  There are over 60 multimedia materials including videos, tutorials, quizzes and pre- and post-tests.  

Instructors--You can use these modules in your classroom!  Modules can be assigned to students for a flipped classroom environment, shown as part of face-to-face instruction, be assigned for homework, or added to online class curriculum.  Instructors can also access discussion notes for each section that outline learning objectives, related ACRL Framework, section multimedia, discussion topics, activities, and suggested readings.  Links can be easily embedded into your Blackboard course.

Credo InfoLit Modules: Instructions

Each of the six boxes below represents a full module within the Credo InfoLit Modules.  The boxes to the right include the entire Credo InfoLit Modules course, the Pre- and Post-Tests, and all of the Videos in the Modules. The boxes to the left give more details about these Modules and links to supplemental materials for faculty.

Please contact your Campus Librarian for assistance to embed these links in your Blackboard course or to connect them to your Blackboard Gradebook.

Elkhorn Campus (Including Burlington Center):  Dawn Haggerty  haggertyd@gtc.edu  262.564.2783

Kenosha Campus (Including Horizon Center):  Lee Wagner  wagnerl@gtc.edu  262.564.2604

Racine Campus (Including iMet Center):  Rachel Rohlf   rohlfr@gtc.edu  262.564.2539

Credo InfoLit Modules: Entire Course

Credo InfoLit Modules: Pre and Post Tests