We offer instructional sessions for all courses upon request. Instructional sessions are designed to develop a student’s information literacy and enable them to utilize materials from a broad range of sources. They are most effective when they are combined with an assigned paper or project. However, we are happy to offer a general library orientation for any course.
General library orientation: An overview of the library, its services, and its materials. Objectives may include:
Advanced, topic/assignment specific sessions (in-library or classroom; 50 minute session). Some objectives that may be covered:
Mini, in-classroom sessions (15-20 minutes) covering 1-2 objectives
In addition to instructional sessions, the Public Services Librarian will create an online portal for your course using our LibGuides software. Students can then refer back to the material covered in the instructional session at their convenience. You, the faculty member, may also add resources, text, and other relevant materials. To learn more about LibGuides, click here.