Information Literacy Tools

At Writing Commons, we believe tools like Zoltero and RefWorks can simplify and professionalize citation practices. That said, we also understand these tools require a commitment on the part of the writer.

Presently, we seek summaries, reviews, and critiques of Information Literacy Tools.

Please see Contribute for details on our peer review processes.

Additional articles on Information-literacy-tools:

  1. Active Reading

    Mapping the Territory Reading is an activity integral to the writing process. You may not associate reading with the difficult...

  2. Executive Summary

    A summary uses the writer’s own words to concisely explain the main point(s) or major argument(s) of a source or...

  3. Summarize & Paraphrase Sources

    Learn how to integrate the words and ideas of others into your documents without losing your voice and focus. Over...