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For instructors: Library instruction

Library instruction

Learn about our approach to Information Literacy.

This approach to information literacy allows us to teach students the "why" instead of only the "how," and it helps them think of themselves as creators and participants in scholarly communications. The framework also addresses competencies that students need to develop in order to become skillful researchers.


Tutorials & assignments for your students

For new students: Tutorials: Information Literacy

 

Supplement these tutorials with Assignments you can use in your classroom (PDFs).

More tutorials and instruction

Learn to search specific databases and tools: Step-by-step tutorials

Help your students use primary sources: Class instruction: Special Collections

Collaborate with us on your instruction needs

Find the librarian for your college or department.

We can work with you to:

  • Develop research assignments, class activities, and learning objects
  • Create assessments for student learning
  • Customize the library tools available from your D2L course site
  • Create course guides to help students understand the research process and complete assignments

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