Subject Librarians can assist you in developing your students' information literacy skills to help them more effectively find, evaluate, and use scholarly and non-scholarly resources to research a topic. After discussing your course/assignment objectives, you and your Subject Librarian can determine which combination of the following instruction modes will best achieve your goals:
|In-Class Sessions||Research Guides||Research Consultations|
Your Subject Librarian can tailor in-class instruction sessions to your specific research assignment, typically accompanied by an online research guide and/or print handout.
To enable active learning, library instruction sessions can be scheduled in a library classroom equipped with computers or in our Special Collections & Archives for primary source work. Or your Subject Librarian can come to your classroom – whatever works best for you and your students.
|Your Subject Librarian can create assignment-specific or general research guides for your course, which you can embed directly into the iCollege course management system for ease of access.||Students can schedule face-to-face consultations or correspond via email, phone, or real-time virtually (Skype, WebEx, etc.) with the Subject Librarian to address their specific research needs.|