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Information Literacy at Norwich University: Faculty Support

Resources about information literacy, assessment, and methods for faculty to incorporate these concepts into their courses.

How Kreitzberg Library Supports Teaching

Library Instruction Options for EN 101 & 102

Liaison librarians

  1. Assistance with individual research
  2. Assistance with designing integrated class projects


Designing Effective Assignments

Effective research assignments should:

  • Encourage students to find, analyze, and interpret a variety of information sources.
  • Clearly identify assignment goals and learning outcomes.
  • Allow students to recognize the connection between course content and library resources.
  • Build upon existing search and evaluation skills.
  • Define terminology that might be unfamiliar to students (such as "abstract", "database", or "annotated bibliography").
  • Clearly explain expectations such as the number and type of sources to be used.

Kreitzberg Library as a Strategic Partner

Kreitzberg Library strenghtens student achievement by providing curricular and research support. 
Here are some classes that partnered with the library, with assignment examples below:
Library-Archives-Museum Collaborations

Online Instruction Collaborations

Traditional Library Instruction