Q. What is the Information and Media Literacy (IML) eLearning course?

Answer

The Information and Media and Literacy (IML) eLearning course is a fully interactive online programme, complete with video, sound and animation. The course content aims to equip students with knowledge and skills to approach assignments with more confidence, efficiency and effectiveness. IML is available on NTULearn for all first-year undergraduates and is delivered through 5 bite-sized units (15 minutes each). Previously, all NTU first-year undergraduates were taught information literacy skills during a core tutorial session. In this course, students will learn to:

- Identify info types

- Discover databases

- Use search strategies

- Understand copyright

- Differentiate Creative Commons licences

- Evaluate info quality

- Spot misinformation

  • Last Updated Mar 08, 2019
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