Learn, grow and cultivate these essential abilities as as educated person.
The five literacies support the Core Curriculum's learning outcomes to delineate the skills and dispositions expected of every Ursuline College graduate.
Information Literacy is the ability to access, evaluate, apply, integrate, communicate, and transfer information appropriate to a specific social or disciplinary context. This includes using current, available technology to retrieve, interpret, and present information.
Qualitative Literacy is the ability to interpret, identify characteristics, and detect and distinguish among patterns in experience within and across social, historical, religious, and philosophical contexts.
Quantitative Literacy is the ability to interact with, interpret, and manipulate patterns, numbers, and data in order to draw logical inferences and develop applications.
Scientific Literacy is the ability to design questions, collect and study evidence, and objectively evaluate and apply findings to reassess previous knowledge and assumptions about the natural world.
Aesthetic/Artistic/Creative Literacy is the ability to identify and participate in, as well as acknowledge and respond to the technical, emotional, and spiritual qualities of creative human expression.