Library & IT instructional programs promote lifelong learning and develop information literacy skills and technological competency through teaching users to seek, find, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically.

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Schedule a library instruction session

Please contact your Liaison Librarian early in the semester to reserve your preferred class date(s), or complete and submit the Instruction Request form at least two weeks prior to the proposed date.  Sessions are usually held in the Library Lab (Lower Level 1), where students have the opportunity for hands-on practice with library resources. 

Tips for a successful library instruction session

  • Target the instruction session to a specific assignment or project
  • Share your course syllabus with your liaison librarian
  • Consult with the librarian about learning goals for the session
  • Attend the session with your class--we welcome your participation!
  • More information about enhancing teaching with technology

Questions? Contact Nancy Frazier, Instructional Services Librarian

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