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Resources for Online Library Instruction: LMS Versions

LMS Versions

The links below take you to LMS file versions of each module, stored on the PALNI Google Team Drive. These files allow you to use the modules in your LMS as classes. 

To import the full course or individual modules into your LMS, you will need to take the following steps:

1.       Gain access to a course in your LMS to import the files. This might be an individual instructor’s course or a course that is specifically created for the library instruction.

2.       Click the link(s) and download the file(s) desired.

3.       Work with your instructional designer, IT department, or individual course faculty to upload the file(s) into the course(s). NOTE: These files are exported out of Canvas, which will be a necessary piece of information to provide when uploading them to your LMS.

Once the files are uploaded, you may need to do some cleanup to get the content to look and function as desired in your LMS.


Creative Commons License

All of the PALNI Information Literacy Modules are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

IL Modules Task Force

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These modules were created in 2020 by a task force. 

Task Force Members:
Cassaundra Bash | Ancilla College
Eric Bradley | Goshen College / PALNI 
Amber Pavlina | University of Saint Francis
Melissa Rasmussen | Manchester University
Ruth Szpunar | PALNI
Jessica Trinoskey | Marian University