Information Literacy Classes
The Library faculty provide instruction in information literacy, information studies and research skills. These typically take the following form:
- Individual information literacy class sessions taught by a librarian and geared to a specific research assignment in a course. These can take place within the library, the regular classroom, or online.
- Information Studies classes: IFS101 "Information Skills for the Digital Age" (3 credits, "L" designation), and IFS 102 "Introduction to Information Skills in a Global Society" (3 credits).
- One-on-one research sessions with students, by appointment.
- Assist other faculty in creating assignments which integrate information literacy skills development into their coursework.