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Traditional information literacy instruction has focused on research, with little emphasis on information ethics. However, today’s web-savvy students must not only be trained in conducting research, but also at navigating the ethical boundaries for the use of others’ information, and for the creation and use of their own information. To this end, library faculty at Pacific University developed a pilot interactive information ethics workshop that was offered as part of the First-Year Seminar.
Gilman, Isaac and Irons, Lynda, "Redefining Information Literacy: Information Ethics in First-Year Seminar" (2009). Faculty Scholarship (PUL). 5.