The intent of this OER is twofold: to offer a free or low cost quality text to our students in a one-unit information literacy course and to offer a starting place to anyone who wishes to develop their own class or OER. Paul Zurkowski was the first to use the notion “information literacy”. "Information literacy empowers people in all walks of life to seek, evaluate, use and create information effectively to achieve their personal, social, occupational and educational goals. The Information Literacy User’s Guide introduces students to critical concepts of information literacy as defined for the information-infused and technology-rich environment in which they find themselves. Truly information literacy is the foundation of the democratic society. With information literacy, students will become learning human beings (Feng & Ha, 2016). This book helps students examine their roles as information creators and sharers and enables them to more effectively deploy related skills. Alexandria Proclamation on Information Literacy and Lifelong Learning. Information literacy skills are of prime importance in order to achieve every body's academic goals. Information literacy (IL) is basically a library instruction program which helps in lifelong learning (LLL) through formal, non-formal and informal mode of education. Information literacy helps us in our day to day life such as buying a house, choosing a school, making an investment, voting for the election, and many more. They identify four major goals for information literacy in the information Module 1 addresses finding and evaluating information for a research paper by • introducing information literacy to students It is a basic human right in a digital world and promotes social inclusion in all nations." This paper discusses about the definition of IL; shows the relation and difference Information Literacy Lesson Plan : Module One [Requires approximately 1 ½ to 2 hours] ACRL Standard 1: An information literate student determines the nature and extent of information needed. Teaching Guide for Senior High School MEDIA AND INFORMATION LITERACY CORE SUBJECT information literacy; it is also more complex and takes much longer to convey and absorb than a specific information technology skill. Information literacy is the adoption of appropriate information behaviour to ob-tain, through whatever channel or medium, information well fitted to information needs, together with critical awareness of the importance of wise and ethical use of information in society. of information literacy, which included undergradu-ate and graduate students’ attitudes towards Doyle’s (1992) ten information literacy skills, student-fac-ulty interaction, student performance on information evaluation skills, prior exposure to library instruction, and experience in using information literacy skills. academically. The key question that must be addressed is the extent to which this base of understanding is “useful” knowledge for most people: if one is Mastery of these skills is essential for lifelong learning and is the foundation of Duquesne University’s special trust of seeking truth and disseminating Information literacy is an intellectual framework for identifying, finding, understanding, evaluating, and using information.