The American Library Association Defines Information Literacy as:
Information Literacy is the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and use information.
Introduction to Information Literacy
Want your students to learn about how to do good research in the "era of Google"?
Consider scheduling an information literacy session with a librarian. We can cover:
Have a research-based assignment?
Collaboration. I will be happy to collaborate with you on creating research-based assignments that meet your learning objectives.
Ensure Student Success. One way to help your students successfully complete assignments is to inform the library in advance of any assignments that may involve librarians helping students. Knowing the objectives of research-based assignments and the expected learning outcomes helps us answer student questions more successfully.
Contact the Library. To have your assignment reviewed by a librarian or to collaborate on designing an assignment, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-683-4168.
Online class guides can be created for any class that will require students to use library services, resources, or tools. Class guides can be a wonderful way to integrate library resources into a distance learning course or to provide easy access to links discussed in a face-to-face class.
Additional availability might include written or visual tutorials for using specific information resources or copies of library assignments. Contact me if you would like to create one for your class.