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Instruction

The basics of information literacy: when students have an information gap, faculty and librarians teach them the ability to find, evaluate, and use information. (BOR General Education goal #7)
Williams Library offers students a wealth of resources for building information literacy skills.  These skills teach efficient and creative knowledge seeking, effective use of which offers students a competitive advantage in the workplace.
Instruction Options

Select from the list below what you would like your students to learn from the Library Instruction session. Times provided are estimates for a general overview of the topic described. You will be contacted by a librarian to schedule and plan your session.

Williams Library Tour (30 minutes) show... hide...

Off Campus Access (5 minutes) show... hide...

Searching (15 minutes) show... hide...

Searching the Catalog: Books, CDs, DVDs, and show (15 minutes) show... hide...

Finding Articles (20 minutes) show... hide...

Selecting Appropriate Source Material (15 minutes) show... hide...

Avoiding Plagiarism (5 minutes) show... hide...

Understanding and Using Citations (10 minutes) show... hide...

Finding Websites (15 minutes) show... hide...

Using Primary Sources (15 minutes) show... hide...

Using Government sources (10 minutes) show... hide...

Using Statistical sources (10 minutes) show... hide...

Custom Class show... hide...

Online components
  • Interested in discussing a hybrid option with synchronous or asynchronous online elements and in-class instruction?  We can design course-specific online instruction elements such as tutorials, how-to-videos, guides and activities customized to meet your particular instruction goals.
Contact Information
Classification Undergraduate Graduate Other
Class
Course:
Number of students:
Class meeting time:
This class has multiple sections and/or I would like to schedule a visit for multiple class periods.
(please use the "Other comments" box below to notes sections and specify additional dates and times.
I would prefer to schedule meeting times outside of class or this is an online class.)
(please use the "Other comments" box below to describe what you are interested in.)
Preferred dates:
Location: Library (Note: please schedule as soon as possible, as librarians reserve the library lab on a first come, first served basis)
Your classroom (Note: Please indicate your classroom location in the "other comments" box below.)
Assignment:
Learning Outcomes:

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