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Getting Started Using Instruct
Getting Started with Instruct
This document describes strategies for working information literacy instruction into your course and tips for when and how to use Instruct multimedia and assessments.
Aligning Instruct to Your Research Assignment
This document shows an example of how an annotated bibliography research assignment can be scaffolded into multiple stages for students, and be supported by targeted Instruct multimedia.
Aligning Instruct to your Curriculum
This document shows an example of how information literacy can be scaffolded through a general education and programmatic curriculum, with reinforcement and increasing complexity.
Instruct Standards Mapping
The multimedia in Instruct are mapped to many different standards bodies, including: ACRL, AAC&U, and international IL standards.
Teaching Guides: Information Literacy
Not sure which multimedia to use in your class? The Teaching Guides for Instruct - Information Literacy can help you determine which multimedia will best fit with your course.
Designing Effective Research Assignments