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Developing information and digital literacy skills

Our research skills framework moves students and academic staff toward mastery & autonomy through all stages of research process.

We believe that information skills are developed most effectively in context. The Library collaborates with course coordinators to develop learning activities aligned to student learning outcomes within the curriculum.

Our Academic Liaison Librarians can work with you to provide online content and workshops that directly support your students’ needs.

We can also provide advice on making information and digital literacy skills more explicit in existing learning activities and assessments.

We are committed to developing:

  • Information and Digital Literacy Skills
  • Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills

Success through collaboration

We work with you to support

  • Unit of study learning outcomes and assessments
  • Developing Graduate Qualities

Getting started

Contact your Academic Liaison Librarian to find out more