At UCF, we pride ourselves on information fluency — the ability to gather, evaluate, and use information in ethical and legal ways.
Founded in 2005 as part of the continual accreditation process, the Office of Information Fluency is dedicated to ensuring Knights are information fluent upon graduation.
In other words, amid such a vast sea of information out in the world, we want you to be skilled when it comes to evaluating it and making ethical decisions regarding its use. We promote and support an ever-evolving culture of information fluency and assist academic faculty, library faculty and professional staff in teaching how to navigate wisely through such information.
We promote student competence in general education courses, discipline-specific courses, library instruction, and integration of information fluency skills throughout the curriculum and in support of lifelong learning.