Librarians are now able to offer virtual and pre-recorded sessions for Information Literacy Instruction.
At this time, we are excited to announce our ability to provide virtual or prerecorded sessions, online modules and guides for faculty who wish to bolster their course content with information literacy concepts and instruction. Talk to a Librarian about the many creative ways we can provide instruction to your students. We have knowledge of the tools and technologies needed to provide effective online instruction. Please complete the appropriate request form. See the forms on the left side of this page. If you are looking for quick tutorials for your students to review in how to use our electronic resources have them check out our Library Help Tutorials, which can be found on our homepage under the Help tab.
Please take the following steps to schedule a session:
If you are teaching a hybrid or online course and would like us to build a module or tutorial for your students to complete, please complete the Module/Tutorial Request form.
If you would like for us to create a course guide specific for your course without a session, please complete the Course Guide Request form. For an example, access our subject guides and you will find course guides included for previous sessions.
The library offers instruction sessions to the university at large, with a primary emphasis on teaching students how to use our resources for their assignments. The library works with the first-year English program to introduce incoming first-year students to the library and our services, and we provide instruction to many other courses within the majors, ranging from lower-level to advanced, upper-level research courses. We tailor our instruction sessions to meet the specific demands of each class by working with the instructor to determine what the session should include. We often demonstrate how to use our databases, online catalog, and web guides to seek information on specific topics. We also provide instruction related to finding credible information on the Internet, citations, borrowing materials from other institutions, and other information-seeking skills. Courses within the majors are typically taught by the area's library liaison.