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Information literacy

About this course

iKomp is a free and open course for anyone who wants to learn more about learning strategies and information literacy.

The course aims to make you better equipped to deal with the demands and expectations you are met with at universities and colleges when it comes to learning and academic integrity. The skills presented here are also important to employers, for instance finding the necessary information to solve a problem, and being able to evaluate the information you have found. This course is simply a smart way to get ahead both in your studies and at work.

IMPORTANT

If you are just starting your studies at UiT, we would suggest that you wait until you have received your username and password for all UiT systems (your FEIDE user). This is the user name and password you should use to register.

NB! You have to register as a user at uit.mooc.no. You do this by clicking on "Register" at the top of the page. If you are a student at UiT The Arctic University of Norway you should use the FEIDE option at the top of the register page "Registrer deg med FEIDE", and follow the instructions.

We would suggest that you read through our FAQ

If you run into any problems you can send us an e-mail: ikomp@ub.uit.no.

Requirements

All you need is to be interested in how to become a better student. If you pass the course, you will get a course certificate.

Teachers

Helene N. Andreassen

Helene N. Andreassen

Subject librarian for Linguistics, Speech Therapy and Romance Languages at the University Library (UiT).

Lars Figenschou

Lars Figenschou

Subject librarian for Biology, Geology and Fishery Sciences at the University Library (UiT).

Grete Overvåg

Grete Overvåg

Subject librarian for Health Sciences at the University Library (UiT)

Torstein Låg

Torstein Låg

Subject librarian for Psychology and Psychiatry at the University Library (UiT).

Leif Roger Olsen

Leif Roger Olsen

Subject librarian for Economics, Business and Administration at the University Library (UiT)

Element design & and technical developer

Mark Stenersen

Mark Stenersen

Graphic Designer & graphic communication specialist and adviser
UB / Result, UiT

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