With heavy research demands in many CGCS programs, as well as the practical resources the library provides, there is ample opportunity to provide information literacy instruction. We offer a number of flexible ways to bring in the library and are always open to other ideas!
Library Research Lessons are perfect for preparing students for a research-intensive assignment.
We will work to make sure the content matches with the learning outcomes and the topics covered in the class. We can also build a quiz in the classroom to grade students on their understanding of the concepts covered in the Library Research Lesson.
Please see below for an example of a Library Research Lesson being used in the MH510 seminar.
We can also create individual course guides that will feature helpful databases for your students that relate to the topics covered in the class.
These are less in-depth than Library Research Lessons but can still be helpful for students wondering where to start.
Please see below for an example.