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A course-integrated instruction approach allows librarians and classroom faculty to work together to introduce students to the library's resources for research.
The Library curiculum provides instruction in a variety of ways to meet the diverse information needs and learning styles of students.
The content of the library instruction session will:
Information literacy instruction is most effective when it is integrated into your course. We will collaborate with you to:
A number of How-To Video Tutorials are available and can be embedded in your AsULearn course as an activity. For UCO 1200 and ENG 1000, the library has a set curricula of tutorials that your students should complete before they attend their instruction session. For more information on having these tutorials and/or other resources (e.g. pre-built information literacy quizzes mapped to student learning outcomes) please contact Megan Johnson (email@example.com) or (828) 262.2823.
When your students have a research assignment, consider scheduling a library instruction session with a librarian. Students should have research topics before attending the library instruction session.
Requests for library instruction are submitted via the online Library Instruction Request Form.
Your students will appreciate it if you are in attendance during the instruction session. The students need to hear from you about their assignments, resources and research expectations, and will likely have questions about the assignment.
Your librarian will request a copy of your assignment prior to the instruction session. Providing as much information as possible about the assignment (i.e. syllabus, description of assignment, number and types of sources required, etc.) will assist us in preparing for the instruction session.
The library has three electronic classrooms located on the Lower Level that are reserved for library instruction: Rooms 024, 026, and 028. Each room is equipped with desktop computers and wireless access for laptops. Librarians primarily teach instruction sessions in the library classrooms but can come to your classroom for an instruction session if needed.