literacy is a survival skill in the Information Age. Instead
of drowning in the abundance of information that floods their
lives, information literate people know how to find, evaluate,
and use information effectively to solve a particular problem
or make a decision---whether the information they select comes
from a computer, a book, a government agency, a film, or any
number of other possible resources." 1
Start your library research
SDV100 Doing Your Research (.doc or .pdf )
helps students overcome with information anxiety.
Library Instruction at TCC including
tutorials and orientation classes.
XtraNormal Video Clips
For Success introduces students to
the services and collections in their VCCS college library
and teaches basic information-seeking skills.
1. American Library Association.
Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report.(Chicago:
American Library Association, 1989.)