Information Literacy

Information literacy as defined by the Association College & Research Libraries “is the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information.”
The Information Literacy Skills Program at Trevecca is designed to help members of the Trevecca Community develop life long skills that will develop critical thinking skills as well as supporting their learning and research needs while at TNU and beyond.


Knowledge about Copyright Law is crucial to libraries and services to patrons of all kinds.
The Copyright Clearance Center provides quite a lot of information about copyright law. There are two videos that are worth watching, both are short and can be freely downloaded for use within your organization or school.
Copyright at Work Windows Media version.wmv


GeneBooksWeb.gifral Research

Primary and Secondary Sources
Peer Reviewed: What are they and how to find them?
Waggoner Library Research Guides
Citation and Documentation Tools
Database Comparison Chart
Waggoner Library Tutorials

Scholarly Journals V Popular Magazines

Read_Up.jpg English 1080

The Research Process
Plagiarism Quiz - Empire State College, SUNY
The Good, the Band and the Ugly
from the Virtual Institute's Internet Detective
Questionable Internet sites2012.doc


MHR ARP Seminar 3

  • Library and Research

How to Obtain a Full text Journal Article

MLI 5000 Professional

and Ethical Issues

MLI 5050 Research Strategies

Reference Wordle

Course Schedule