Information Literacy (IL) is one of NWACC's General Learning Outcomes. Inviting librarians into your classroom is a great way to meeting this learning outcome! Information literacy skills can be taught in a variety of ways - through traditional library instruction, digital learning objects, asynchronous support, and more.
This guide provides information on all the IL instruction services offered by the library.
We can conduct one session or scaffold instruction over multiple sessions. View our Information Literacy Guide For Faculty for more information about library instruction.
Librarians provide instruction in three modalities:
In person [your classroom or ours, the Library Classroom BH 1208]
Remote synchronous [live streaming on Microsoft Teams or your preferred platform]
Embedded librarian [ongoing student support inside Canvas]
Request a librarian to work with your students by filling this form below. Faculty may select multiple instruction formats to best meet their course objectives.
Librarians can assist with your course assignment which involves research, we can recommend information literacy learning outcomes and assessment methods and suggest ways to incorporate library resources. This should help your students steer away from inferior websites and toward higher quality sources.
Contact us for more information.
INSTRUCTION CALENDAR KEY:
|Instruction in BH 1208||Offsite Library Instruction *||Live Streaming Instruction *|
|Library Workshop||Library Use||Faculty Use - Class Visit|
|Library Orientation||Tour*||Other College Use|
Washington Co. Librarian*
|* Room Available|