Please see our Toolkit Guidelines document.
We welcome all those with an interest and some expertise in Information Literacy to participate. At this time, if you have an OSU name.# you can log in to gain contributor access. If you are not affiliated with OSU but wish to contribute, please contact us. Anyone not affiliated with OSU who wishes to contribute should contact the Toolkit team through the link at that bottom of this page.
We are using this feature to manage the community building nature of the toolkit. The advantage to the management of the site is that it will help us prevent spam. The benefit to contributors is that Disqus offers a very slick way of tracking ongoing conversation and activity around the comments of the contributor. If you choose to use it, your Disqus account can notify you of responses to any posts you make, and even to notify you when you are mentioned by others. Disqus will allow you to link your profile with other social networking tools you use such as Twitter or Facebook. You control those links and are not required to make any connections you don't want.
All original content created and uploaded by the toolkit users is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike, or CC BY-NC-SA:
"This license lets others remix, tweak, and build upon your work non-commercially, as long as they credit you and license their new creations under the identical terms."
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If you upload content that is created by someone else, please make sure you either obtain their permission, or attribute their work properly.
Please email the Information Literacy Toolkit Team at email@example.com. One of us will get in touch with you quickly to help solve your problem.