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Library Instruction: Information Literacy at Viterbo

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Information Literacy Outcomes

Link to Viterbo Foundations Information Literacy:

Link to Viterbo Information Literacy Value Rubric:


The ability to access and use information ethically, legally, and responsibly; determine the extent of information needed; access the needed information; evaluate information and sources critically; and use information to accomplish a specific purpose. 

Learning Outcomes  

1. Use information ethically, legally and responsibly: 

  • Understand the concept of academic integrity and practices to avoid plagiarism.  
  • Cite, quote, and paraphrase sources correctly.  

2. Determine the extent of information needed:   

  • Define key concepts within a research statement.  
  • Identify types of information sources.  

3. Access the needed information:   

  •  Find information using a variety of search strategies.  
  •  Consult multiple sources when gathering information.  
  •  Develop awareness of resources available at Viterbo.  

4. Evaluate information and sources critically:   

  •  Recognize and explain bias, authority, and reliability of sources.  
  •  Identify and question assumptions in compiled research.  

5. Use information to accomplish a specific purpose:   

  • Organize and communicate information from sources to meet the purpose of the assignment. 


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Jodi Hilleshiem
Todd Wehr Memorial Library
815 Viterbo Court
La Crosse, WI 54601