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Library Instruction

Information literacy library instruction for faculty

Course Instruction

Specific subject courses

A librarian will work with you to develop a lesson plan to meet the information and research needs of students for specific assignments or subject-specific research. We are happy to work with you to develop a lesson plan that meets your needs and your students' needs. Ways we can help include:
  • Adding Library resources and content in your course
  • Embedding a Librarian into your D2L course
  • Arranging an instruction session with a librarian in your field. 
Contact your Subject Librarian or fill out the Instruction Form to discuss opportunities!

Student Learning Outcomes

Library Instruction Mission: The mission of the Library Instruction Program is to, in partnership with faculty/instructors, teach students the essential concepts and skills for college-level research and inquiry and prepare them for life-long learning.
Definition of Information Literacy: Information literacy is the ability to find, manage, understand, analyze, critically evaluate, and ethically use information. (modified from “Critical & Creative Inquiry” SCU Learning Goal)
Basis of the Student Learning Outcomes: These SLOs were designed with the ACRL Information Literacy Framework and the St. Kate’s Liberal Arts Learning Goals of critical & creative inquiry and purposeful lifelong learning in mind. 

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