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Information Literacy Concepts:
An Open Educational Resource
David Hisle and Katy Webb
Edited for Purdue University Northwest
© 2017 Joyner Library, ECU.
Information Literacy Concepts: An Open Educational Resource
by David Hisle and Katy Webb
Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 4.0 International (CC BY-NC-SA 4.0)
A fully editable copy of this resource is available under the above license at the end of this LibGuide
About the PNW Library
The Purdue University Northwest Library provides licensed online access to high-quality scholarly information and continues to actively manage and cultivate a valuable print collection. It includes more than one million items including:
- Over 200,000 print books
- Over 280,000 digital/electronic books
- 8,000 media items
- Over 700,000 microforms
- Over 150,000 print and online journals
- 218 database subscriptions
- To serve the needs of our diverse community, keeping an emphasis on information literacy.
- To develop collections and facilitate access to information resources using the most innovative and cost-effective methods possible with a focus on open access and open resource materials.
- To help lead the university in user-based initiatives, such as retention, with professional and scholarly guidance.