Haskell Library Information Literacy
Information literacy is a "set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information" according to the Association of College and Research Libraries. With this in mind, the Titusville Campus Library staff is committed to developing an information literacy program in collaboration with teaching faculty to teach each Titusville student to be a knowledgeable and effective user of information resources. To learn more
about this program, Titusville faculty and students are encouraged to consult the ULS Information Literacy and Assessment of Learning Program website.
If you are a Titusville faculty member and wish to schedule an instructional session, please click here.
For more information about information literacy and instruction at Haskell Library, contact Patrick Hall, Library Director, at 814-827-4414 or firstname.lastname@example.org
LibGuides - Online subject specific research assistance
Evaluating Web Resources
Mobile Research Librarian
Research Assistance Program (RAP)