Training on Information Literacy is scheduled to take place at the beginning of each Academic year. At the end of the training patrons are expected to:-

At the end of the training patrons are expected to:-
• Recognize the need for information and determine the nature and extent of the information needed
• Retrieve information effectively and efficiently
• Finding non-legal sources for supporting information.
• Critically evaluate information and the information seeking process
• Recognize the need for information and determine the nature and extent of the information needed
• Find information effectively and efficiently
• Manage information
• Apply prior and new information to create new understandings
• Use information with understanding and acknowledge cultural, ethical, economic, legal, and social implications.

During the Information Literacy Training students are also taken through referencing and how to cite various sources of information.

The purpose of proper citing of sources is to give credit to the author for any ideas or quotations used.This enables your reader to locate the sources

Step 1. Decide what type of resource you are using: a case? a book? a web site? a magazine? an interview?

Step 2. Find the most suitable format to use.

Step 3. Write your citation, following the appropriate styles. Use the proper punctuation; but remember, your source might not have all of the parts listed in the guidelines and examples. Kindly seek guidance from the Librarians should you require more information.