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Blended Learning Resource Toolkit

This resource site provides good practices and resources/tools on how academic teachers could explore integrating information literacy into their modules/programme through blended learning.

Purpose of this Guide

Tools and resources for blended learning, using NUS Libraries practice and programmes as an example of how we apply the blended learning approach across various faculties in an effort to align with the University's BL 2.0 approach.

Created by NUS Libraries Blended Learning Team (Wong Suei Nee, Jamila Osman and Lim Siu Chen) in collaboration with the Centre for Development of Teaching and Learning (CDTL) TEL-Evangelists, Centre for Instructional Technology (CIT) TEL-Evangelists and BL 2.0 Project Management Team.

NUS Libraries Blended Learning Approach

In support of the Blended Learning approach to learning, NUS Libraries has developed a range of information literacy videos, lectures and tutorials that can be embedded into your Blended Learning module at NUS.

We extend a hand of partnership to help you: 

  1. Develop information literacy lectures for your modules (either pre-recorded or synchronous lectures)
  2. Develop and/or embed pre-class materials (e.g. videos and readings on information literacy) as part of the learning sequence
  3. Co-develop tutorials to "deep dive" into information literacy concepts

Information literacy components include: 

  • Search 
  • Evaluation
  • Academic Integrity and Referencing