BILT Credits

Project Development

BILT is Samford University's customized version of Western Michigan University's Searchpath tutorial. Without the hard work and generosity of the Western Michigan University Searchpath team this tutorial would not be available. For more information about Searchpath and its creators, click here.

Much appreciation also goes out to the University of Texas Library System who got the ball rolling with TILT. TILT has been the pioneer in self-paced information literacy instruction and continues to innovate both in content and interactivity. For more information about TILT and its creators, click here.

The Samford University customization is courtesy of the Library Web Team. Click here to send comments.

Other credits:
The "Call Numbers" page, is reproduced with the permission of Seattle Community College District Libraries at Many of the graphics came from TILT, others were created by Elaine Anderson Jayne, Judith Arnold from Western Michigan University, or come from free clip art collections such as the Action-Links Clip Art Archive and the Northern Illinois University images. The photo of Martin Luther King, Jr. in Module 6 is courtesy of WMU Archives & Regional History Collections.

Original BILT material 2003 by Samford University Libraries. BILT incorporates material from Searchpath a tutorial developed by the Board of Trustees of Western Michigan University, 2001-2002 and material from TILT, a tutorial developed by the Digital Information Literacy Office for the University of Texas System Digital Library, 1998-2002. This material may be reproduced, distributed, or incorporated only subject to the terms and conditions set forth in the BILT Open Publication License.