Research shows that students improve their learning and retention when library instruction is embedded into their curriculum. With careful planning, the library can influence students to become lifelong learners and aware of the differences in information. Critical thinking in the 21st century is more important than ever as technology advances the speed of information delivery.
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Head, Reference and Instruction
Why should I schedule a library instruction session for my class?
Knowing how to access, evaluate and utilize information efficiently and effectively is an increasingly important skill in today's world. Information literacy instruction is about introducing students to these skills and making sure they are incorporated not only into their class work, but in their lives as well.
What do I need to do to prepare my class for instruction?
Does my class have to meet in the library for instruction?
No. We can schedule your session in the library's instruction studio, a computer lab, or your classroom as needed.
Do I need to be present during the instruction?
Instructors are required to attend instructional sessions because their presence and participation helps convey the importance of the session.
For additional information, see the Instruction Policies for Affiliated Users.