Open Source Info Lit
This is page contains links to open source information literacy instruction - full courses, online information literacy modules, and resources for creating course content for your own information literacy course.
Open Course Library: LIB 180 - Research for the 21st Century
A creative-commons licensed information literacy course including weekly activities, syllabus, and links to online info lit resources for students.
U. of Idaho Information Literacy
A module-based approach to information literacy.
Minneapolis Community and Technical College Information Literacy Exercises
Research exercises mapped the 2000 ACRL Info Lit Standards, includes an information literacy portfolio assignment/rubric.
U. of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Info Lit Modules
Bryn Ahtyn's Information Literacy Course
UNC-Asheville Library's Sample Information Literacy Assignments
SOS for Information Literacy Lesson Plans
PRIMO (Peer-Reviewed Instructional Materials Online)
A directory of quality information literacy resources by institution, topic, and audience.
EMPOWER Open Source Information Literacy Tutorials
EMPOWER has been developed by Wichita State University Libraries as an open source information literacy tutorial for other libraries to use, customize, expand, and share.
An open source modular approach to teaching information literacy designed by U. of Washington - this version was adapted by George Fox University. (See original downloadable course).
Cooperative Information Literacy Project
A collaborative project by Washington State academic librarians to create information literacy video tutorials. The tutorials here were produced from 2009-11/