Are your students able to:
- Articulate a research question and identify the types of information needed to investigate it?
- Locate scholarly sources of information instead of relying solely on Google results?
- Evaluate the information they find, whatever its source?
- Properly cite and attribute the information they use?
Librarians are ready to help by:
- Providing research instruction tailored to your course topic and goals.
- Creating resource Web pages customized for your course content.
- Collaborating with you to develop information-rich assignments.
- Teaching students about plagiarism and information ethics.
- Customizing and teaching one-credit research and information literacy courses to support your courses.
To discuss how best to integrate information literacy into your course; schedule a class session; or talk about issues, solutions, and ideas related to student research skills:
- Contact the College Library for undergraduate classes.
- Contact the appropriate subject specialist for upper-division seminars and graduate courses.