” Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information. “*

“Information literacy is the set of skills required to identify, retrieve, organize, and analyze information. It is something all students must learn to effectively complete research, and it’s a prevalent aspect of higher education. In the end, people with knowledge of information literacy are prepared to find the data they need for any decision or task in life. In essence, they’ve learned how to learn, which makes them better equipped to do so in all situations. “**

Do your Informational Literacy skills need fine tuning?

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*American Library Association. Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report.(Chicago: American Library Association)**http://librarysciencedegree.usc.edu/resources/articles-and-blogs/what-exactly-is-information-literacy-and-what-role-does-it-play-in-education/#sthash.zNLa02oG.dpuf