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Faculty Guide to Information Literacy: Project Information Literacy Research

What is PIL?

Project Information Literacy is a national study about early adults and their information-seeking behaviors, competencies, and the challenges they face when conducting research in the digital age.

Major Findings: PIL's Day After Graduation Study

How do college graduates make the critical information transition from the campus to the workplace? What needs and expectations do employers have for how college hires solve information problems? Read PIL's 2012 research report with findings from interviews with 23 employers and 33 recent graduates in the U.S. (38 pages, 5.8 MB). 

What Information Competencies Matter in Today's Workplace?

Research Centers

Undergraduate Information Seeking and Use