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Library instruction sessions, whether tailored to a project for your course or offered as a general hands-on introduction to Library resources, can teach your students how to select the appropriate resources for their coursework and how to use these effectively to find reliable information. Sessions can be held in your classroom or in the Library's classroom.
Instruction sessions can also address:
We can work together to create a session that is interactive and focused on specific goals related to your course objectives. We're here to help your students learn how to find information across a wide range of disciplines and to develop the ability to evaluate the information they find. Collaboration with instructors to plan library instruction sessions leads to a better understanding of Library resources as they relate to curriculum goals, and to faster and less frustrating research for your students.
To set up an instruction session, email Lauren Blanchard or call 2263. Copies of your assignment(s) and class syllabus are always helpful, and two weeks' notice is appreciated.
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