From Small Step to Giant Leap in Research Ability  

Undergraduate students have access to enormous amounts of information yet 
often fail to understand how to locate and use information effectively and 
ethically.  This article describes a unique collaboration that embeds the 
five information competencies in a specific course and delivers instruction 
in information literacy from both the content faculty and the librarian.  
Embedding the information competencies into the curriculum transforms a 
complex process into a series of small achievable steps and delivers 
instruction at the studentís point of need, resulting in improved information 

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