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VOILA tutorials at Hunter College Libraries

Hunter College Libraries’ VOILA tutorials were described in the April 2012 College and Research Libraries News (Blevens, 2012, pages 205).  VOILA (Virtual Orientation Information Literacy Assessment) features a virtual library tour, a video tutorial for finding what materials the library has, a tutorial on reading call numbers and a test to assess what has been learnt.  VOILA was developed by Hunter librarians and is available on the web at http://library.hunter.cuny.edu

Blevens, Cheryl. (2012). Catching up with information literacy assessment: resources for program evaluation.  College and Research Libraries News, 73(4): 202-206.  (Article will be available soon at this site:  http://crln.acrl.org/content/by/year/2012  )

Information Literacy Resources on the Wiki

The Library Information Literacy Advisory Committee is pleased to share resources from across CUNY for teaching information literacy. We’ve compiled these together on a page on the Commons wiki that’s inventively titled Information Literacy Resources @ CUNY. Look here for great tutorials and guides that anyone can use.

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Because this list is on the wiki, any Commons member can edit it, so please feel free to add your favorite IL resources, too! And if there are IL resources from other colleges and universities that you admire, let us know in the comments below. Thanks!

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