Information Literacy

Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to "recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information." The Tuskegee University Library Faculty is committed to providing faculty, students, and staff the necessary skills needed to use information effectively, information literacy, and critical thinking skills needed for success inside and outside of the classroom.

Instruction Request / B.I. Lab Reservation Form, a web-based plagiarism detection software is available to TU faculty. can be used as an educational tool to teach students how to work with sources and to improve paraphrasing and quoting skills. Turnitin's formative feedback and originality checking services promote critical thinking, ensure academic integrity, and help students become better writers.


Freshman Orientation

New Student Orientation Video

Freshman Library Orientation Exercise

  • This will measure what you have learned

Freshman Library Orientation Survey

  • Your input will help make the Library Orientation better

Borrower Registration Form

  • You must be registered in the Library System to check out materials

Library Virtual Tours

Albert Murray Exhibit (Main Library)

Tuskegee University Legacy Museum

Tuskegee University Archives

The Archives Display Cases

The Archives Researchers' Room