Librarians at the University will be happy to work with you to help meet the information literacy needs of your students. Responding to the following questions will help us to learn more about your request, and will provide you with information about areas we might teach. Designing and teaching a class session (or sessions) collaboratively ensures the best outcome for students.
The Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education (Association of College and Research Libraries, 2015) underpins much of the information literacy instruction done by library faculty members, but the core concepts included in the Framework are often taught by disciplinary faculty members as well. For more information, see this section introducing the Framework. The concepts are:
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Please attach your syllabus and assignment, to assist the librarian in preparing for the class session.
We request that you be present during the instruction to underline the importance of the session to your students, to provide expertise or examples, and to answer questions about the relationship of the information tools to the research assignment.
We look forward to working with you and to teaching your students.
Topics are derived from the Framework for Information Literacy Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education for Higher Education
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