Information Literacy Exam (ILE)
Information Literacy is the ability to find, evaluate, and use information in order to solve problems. This guide will connect you with information and links to help you find the information literacy tutorial, exam, and how to generate a certificate of completion.
Completion of the Information Literacy Exam (ILE) is a requirement intended to connect you with library resources, tools, and services and sharpen your information literacy skills. The ILE is open-book, multiple choice, untimed, and unlimited retakes are available to pass.
Please contact a librarian if you have questions. We are happy to help!
Info Lit TUTORIAL
The ILE is an OPEN-BOOK style exam! It is recommended that you first review the tutorial and then actively use it during the exam!
Info Lit EXAM
The ILE can be found on Laulima. Follow each of these steps to access the exam (it is hidden!):
Note: If you have trouble accessing the exam, check with your instructor or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How to GENERATE certificate
Once you have passed the ILE, you must generate and share your certificate of completion with your ENG teacher. Here's how to generate the certificate:
How to SUBMIT certificate
Depending on your teacher, they may prefer this certificate be emailed to them directly, or submitted as an attachment or assignment in Laulima. Check with your teacher before submitting your score for credit.