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Students in the Digital Age

What Today's College Students Say About Conducting Research in the Digital Age
A report of preliminary findings and analysis from student discussion groups held on seven U.S. campuses in Fall 2008 as part of Project Information Literacy.

Major Findings: The PIL 2010 Student Survey from Project Information Literacy
This video addresses the challenges college students encounter when conducting research for school or personal needs.


This guide will help you understand information literacy concepts and direct your research process.  Use the guide tabs to help locate specific information and other related information.

You will be able to

  • identify information literacy concepts
  • find information
  • evaluate information
  • use information appropriately
  • properly cite sources
  • know how/where to get help and additional information

The Research Process

Research:  Where to begin?  Follow these guidelines for high-quality results and efficient research strategies.


Faculty Services

The Faculty Library Services guide showcases library services and resources available to faculty to enhance teaching. 

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Judy Zebrowski
Madigan Library
LIB 137
570-320-2400 x4115
Monday - Friday 8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Librarian, Information Literacy Initiatives
Librarian for the School of Business & Hospitality