CORI is a collection of learning modules designed to help CCAC students advance their knowledge of information literacy topics. At CCAC, information literacy is a valued pillar of the College's educational mission and is clearly outlined as one of the general education goals as follows:
Acquire, analyze, organize and evaluate information through technological and traditional means.
The following are ways in which this goal may be achieved:
1. Determine the nature and scope of information needed for a specific task.
2. Critically evaluate and organize information sources and content.
3. Acquire and use information ethically and legally.
The learning objectives for CORI are described below and access to the individual modules can be found on the lower portion of this page or through the menu. Students working from off-campus will be prompted for their CCAC login in order to access some content in these modules.
If you have questions or encounter any issues, please contact your campus librarian or reach out to us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
After completing these modules, you will be able to:
Identify the steps of the research process
Apply the steps of the research process to a personal research-based assignment
Explain the importance of providing credit for information
Develop appropriate citations for your sources
Identify and apply steps to evaluate sources
Click each item's “Access” button to open and view it in a new window. If you are off-campus, you will be taken to the CCAC login page to sign in.
Tutorials will have navigation links across the top that you will use to advance through the pages. They
will look similar to this:
After completing the tutorial, close the browser tab or window to return back to this page.