Library Instruction

Easy access to information online often makes it difficult for students to locate and evaluate appropriate and credible sources for assignments, research papers, and other activities. Your librarians are committed to helping students develop lifelong Information Literacy (IL) and Critical Thinking (CT) skills to effectively find and use information in order to meaningfully engage in the classroom, with disciplinary scholarship, and in their personal lives.

Project Information Literacy Takeaways

Project Information Literacy Takeways from Six Major Studies

We invite our faculty to explore Information Literacy concepts and how your librarians may help you seamlessly integrate these concepts into course curricula.

Shaking Hands  Partner with a Librarian 

Bulls-Eye Image  Learning Outcomes for Teaching Research Skills 

Notepad  Create Effective Assignments to Incorporate IL

Toolbox  Faculty DIY Toobox 

Updated Jan 16, 2018 by Sara Lowe, Educational Development Librarian