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Student-centered learning requires that learners know how to find, evaluate, interpret, and apply information to solve problems and construct new meanings.
To support learners in today’s information-rich environment, the Purdue Libraries are committed to enhancing student information literacy by advancing educational practice and research. For more information about information literacy tailored to instructors, please visit this website.
Please visit our contact list of Purdue Subject Specialists to discuss integrating information literacy, data management, geospatial, or visual literacy education into class assignments; managing your research data; or to make recommendations about the Libraries collections.
Interim Associate Dean for Research