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Collection Overview - Education: Instruction

Education

Teaching Information Literacy & Research Skills

You can help your students develop effective research skills-information literacy-in the following ways:

  • Embed a librarian in your class
  • Require appointments with librarians.
  • Develop challenging research assignments with a librarian's help.
  • Develop a LibGuide tailored to your class.
  • Link LIS1001 or LIS2004 to your course as a Learning Community.

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To speak to a librarian about developing assignments, creating a LibGuide or having someone embedded in your course, contact your campus library.

What is Information Literacy?