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Syracuse University Libraries

Information Literacy

This guide will point you towards a variety of resources to assist you in teaching and or learning about information literacy

Credo Information Literacy Tutorials & Videos

Welcome to the Credo Information Literacy modules! These instructional resources are one way that Syracuse University Libraries supports student learning by providing engaging and standards-based content that can be used in both in-person and online courses. The videos and tutorials on this page have been designed to provide students and researchers a foundation in information literacy and critical thinking. 

To share the videos, you can right-click on each of the following links to copy the video links. Off-campus users will be asked to log in with their NetID and passwords.

Have questions about using the Information Lit Modules in  your course? Please contact Information Literacy Librarian Kelly Delevan ( for more information.

For Faculty

Getting Started with Research

Sources of Information

Searching for Information

Evaluating Information

Presenting Research and Data

Citations and Academic Integrity

Visual and Quantitative Literacy

Using Critical Thinking and Logic

Cultural and Civic Engagement