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University Libraries have a range of initiatives to help faculty design and embed literacy curriculum in their courses, to prepare students for careers as thoughtful, effective communicators and content creators.
Library specialists are available to teach sessions covering a variety of topics that fall withing the categories of information literacy, data literacy, media literacy, and maker literacy. We would love to collaborate with you to create a customized session for your students. Please use the form below to get started scheduling a session.
*select "library instruction request" from the dropdown menu
The libraries have an existing partnership with first-year writing courses. Instructors who teach ENG1310 (first-year writing) will need to sign up for an information literacy instruction session. These sessions are standardized and include pre-session work delivered via a Canvas self-enrolled course, an in-person (or live - if you are in an online class) instruction with active learning elements.
Use the link below to sign-up for your ENG1310 information literacy instruction session.