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Faculty Services: Library Instruction

Who we are and our goals; what we offer to you and your students, and how you can better integrate library services and information literacy into your courses.

Tips for a Better Library Class

1. Schedule early. Pick a time when students have a grasp on their assignments. Put it in your course schedule.

2. Provide a copy of your syllabus and assignment to the librarian prior to the class.

3. Be involved. Use Information Literacy concepts in your class.

4. Be specific. If you expect them to use current scientific research or government statistics, say so.

Non-Paper Research Assignments

Library instruction is now available on-site or via Zoom, Teams and/or LibraryLEARN.

Please submit this request form. We will respond to your request within two working days.

Schedule Library Instruction

Instruction Options

Library instruction requests will be paired with the specialized school liaison librarian whenever possible.The following instructional options - one or more - are available to you to enhance your information literacy course goals:

1. Synchronous class research instruction via Zoom or Teams (varying lengths).

2. Prerecorded instruction.

3. In-person instruction.

4. Customized selection of LibraryLearn embedded asynchronous instructional content 

5. 'Embedding' into your course as the dedicated and ongoing librarian contact for your students and as guest instructor in discussion boards, research-related assignment review, etc. This engagement is as involved or limited as you see fit.