Information Literacy is defined as the ability to:
1. Recognize when information is needed beyond general knowledge, and the level and quality required,
2. Efficiently locate a variety of types of sources which meet that criterion,
3. Critically evaluate the gathered sources,
4. Effectively use the selected resources in a logical presentation, presenting both sides of the issue
and leading to one's own conclusions, and
5. Recognize copyright and the high cost of research by citing and using the resources in an ethical manner.
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