Library instruction sessions support your course curriculum and prepare students for research-based assignments, in coordination with the Library's Information Literacy Plan. Face-to-face library instruction can range from individual research consultations with students to an in-class lecture and workshop. Subject librarians can teach:
To incorporate library instruction into your course, contact the Subject Librarian assigned to your discipline. The librarian will want to know how the instruction can prepare students to complete their assignments. The librarian may also request a certain number of points to be assigned to library instruction activities as part of participation grade or extra credit.
A librarian can post modules, engage in discussions, and even add assessable content such as quizzes. Contact the library faculty member who is the subject librarian for your department to discuss possibilities.
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The NEIU Libraries' produced a suite of video and print tutorials aimed at teaching students information literacy concepts and skills to acquaint or assist them with library research.
You can access the tutorials via the Introduction to Research guide.
This video will show you how to add video tutorials into your D2L course page.