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Information Literacy: Info Lit

Library Information Literacy Program

Librarians are able to provide information literacy and library resource instruction to all majors at Lander. Examples of topics we teach include:

  • Brainstorming research ideas
  • Developing keywords and search strategies
  • Finding books, articles and videos
  • Using the Interlibrary Loan (ILL) service
  • Distinguishing types of information sources
  • Evaluating source credibility

Book a Library Session with Us!

How to schedule an information literacy session?

Please take the following steps to schedule a session:

What is the space like?

The lab is located on the Main Floor of the Jackson Library in Room 243 and has 30 available computers and a SMARTBoard. We can accommodate larger class sizes by visiting your classroom.

If you would like to request the lab for non-library instruction purposes, please email library@lander.edu to request a reservation.

Photograph of instruction lab

How to request an online module, tutorial, or course guide to be created for a specific course?

Information Literacy Modules are available for you to embed in your Blackboard course.

If you are teaching a hybrid or online course and would like us to create a custom module or tutorial for your students, please fill out the Module/Tutorial Request form.