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Digital and Information Literacy Skills   Tags: bibliometrics, copyright, digital literacy, evaluation, information literacy, search skills, writing skills  

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Why not brush up your Information Skills using the special Skills module developed by your Librarians at Ulster.


Library Skills 

 Or get help with a wide range of academic skills at Ulster's Skills+ webpages.

Ulster Skills +


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How good are your research skills?

The librarians at Newcastle University have developed a short quiz to help you see just how good your Information Literacy skills really are.  Why not test yourself?


Digital and Information Literacy

Information literacy means being able to find, evaluate, organise and use information.  It is an essential skill for all staff and students to support their academic studies and professional life.

Information literacy skills are essential whether you are using traditional print resources, or digital technologies and online resources.





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