Learning & Information Literacy Librarian
Library instruction sessions are tailored to your assignment. Topics may include finding and evaluating sources, developing research strategies, using databases, and formatting citations.
- Contact Grace Kaletski-Maisel to schedule instruction classes; please schedule at least one week in advance.
- Information Literacy Instruction is intended for courses with an assignment that incorporates an information literacy or research component or courses with a relevant learning outcome (FSEM, JSEM, writing-enhanced, senior capstone).
- Visit the Information Literacy Instruction guide for more information on this service.
- The Archives offers instruction sessions on primary sources as well as archival theory and practice. Contact Kelly Larson for more information.
If you don’t have time to include a full library instruction session, consider these alternatives:
- Request a brief librarian visit to your class for an informal, 10 to 15 minute introduction to library services.
- Request a Course Guide highlighting pertinent information resources and search strategies in support of your research assignment.
- Add a link to a relevant Research Guide to your Blackboard course or syllabus. Our Research Guides provide discipline-specific insight into our collections and guidelines on using databases and other resources.
- Recommend our Research Services to your students. Librarians are available to meet with students one-on-one. For immediate help, call or text 386-747-9028, email firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit the library. Or make a Research Consultation appointment.