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Information about scheduling Instruction sessions with the Reference Librarians.
Information Literacy Instruction
Information Literacy Instruction: Helping Students Think Critically About Research & Information
The reference & instruction librarians at the Lee and Jim Vann Library are available to come to your class for information literacy instruction. Information literacy instruction promotes critical thinking and life-long learning by:
Introducing students to the fundamentals of research with an emphasis on finding credible, scholarly sources
Tailoring instruction to meet the specific needs of each class and/or assignment
Helping students learn how to evaluate information sources for currency, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose
Teaching students about academic integrity, proper citation, and scholarship
Encouraging students to reach out to a librarian for help with finding, evaluating, and citing sources
Contact Amber or Kerri to schedule your class today!
Liaison to the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business