Information Literacy Instruction

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At the Harold L. Drimmer Library, librarians are eager to collaborate with you to promote information literacy among our students. Librarians are available to instruct students in the best strategies for locating, evaluating, using, and citing information resources correctly, effectively and ethically. We offer a wide range of instructional services to assist students and support courses:


CLASSROOM INFORMATION LITERACY INSTRUCTION Tailored to fit the needs of your students, sessions are customized to course assignments to provide students with context for the skills to which they will be introduced.
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Information Literacy Instruction Request Form
Gloria Meisel,
EMBEDDED LIBRARIAN PROGRAM Place a librarian, with links to databases, tutorials and other course-specific resources, in your Blackboard shell to assist students at their point of need.
Online, supplement and hybrid courses.
Embedded Librarian Request Form
Sandy Schepis,
ONLINE TUTORIALS Students can learn or review research concepts and skills, how to search databases, how to access services and more.
View Tutorials
Beth Seelick,
ONLINE RESEARCH GUIDES Online, interactive guides created by librarians to assist faculty and students with general and course-specific research.
Embed guides in your Blackboard shells for seamless access to resources and services.
View Research Guides
Beth Seelick,
INDIVIDUAL APPOINTMENTS Individual research consultations with a librarian are available to faculty and students to provide more in-depth help on papers and projects.
Don’t forget our Instant Messaging, Email Services, and our Reference desk.
Individual Appointment Request Form
FACULTY/LIBRARIAN ASSIGNMENT COLLABORATION Librarians welcome the opportunity to develop information literacy assignments with teaching faculty.
Collaborating on assignments prior to a semester promotes a productive and rewarding learning environment.
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