Library Instruction Program
To support student information literacy skills, the Library offers these Instruction services:
ENG 100 and ENG 101 - Tailored instruction on defining research topics, finding relevant sources, understanding types of information for academic writing, evaluating sources, or preventing plagiarism (usually 2 class sessions). Contact Felicia Palsson to schedule.
Discipline-Specific and Graduate - Discipline-specific research instruction offered in selected courses (i.e. ENG 301, SOC 300). Contact your Library liaison to schedule.
Online learning- The Library is beginning an instruction initiative to develop a series of re-usable online learning modules. The new e-learning web page covers basic library orientation material, and will grow to include more in-depth topics such as evaluating sources; avoiding plagiarism/finding a scholarly voice; critical media literacy; and more. Each module can be integrated into a course website or Moodle assignment. To learn more, contact Felicia Palsson, Library Instruction Coordinator.