The library's Research and Information Literacy Instruction Program is structured to promote the cultivation of information literacy, starting with foundational skills in the freshman year and progressing toward advanced discipline-specific skills in the senior year. These skills help students produce higher-quality research papers and presentations, while preparing them for future success in graduate study or their chosen profession.
Information Literacy Instruction
Library instruction is available in a variety of forms, including:
- traditional instruction sessions in the library classroom,
- short drop-in presentations,
- hands-on workshops,
- one-on-one appointments, and
- research guides and tutorials on the library website.
Our librarians can collaborate with faculty to custom-tailor library instruction to meet the needs of their classes. Contact your department's subject librarian to discuss how we can be of assistance.