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Faculty Guide to Library Instruction (Archival Version)

Procedures and resources on information literacy instruction for your classes.

Quick Question

What do your students seem to struggle with most?
Forming Research Questions: 5 votes (38.46%)
Finding Appropriate Research: 0 votes (0%)
Evaluating Information: 4 votes (30.77%)
Reading Academic Journal Articles: 4 votes (30.77%)
Presenting Information Creatively (infographics, blog sites, etc.): 0 votes (0%)
Citations: 0 votes (0%)
Total Votes: 13

Utilize your Subject Librarians

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Librarians are your partners when it comes to curricular design. We care about supporting your efforts to meet student learning outcomes. Reach out to your Subject Liaison Librarian - let's see what we can accomplish together!

Tech Tools used in IL Instruction/Research Assignments

  • Google Forms: assessment, pre/post testing
  • Google Slides: students create and share informationPoll Everywhere: assessment, class engagement
  • Weebly & Wordpress: creating websites
  • Piktochart: creating infographics
  • Omeka: Creating digital exhibits
  • Popplet: mind mapping
  • Prezi: students create media projects
  • LibGuides: students create resource lists for future classes

CONTACT

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Irwin Library: 317-940-9227
Science Library: 317-940-9937

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