Library instruction is foundational to academic success.
At Lansdowne, classes are usually held in the Library Learning Lab LLC 136.
At Interurban, instructors must request computer lab space through Room Bookings (please allow yourself time for this process). Librarians are happy to provide guidance about which rooms work best for your class size and make-up.
Sessions should be scheduled at least 2 weeks in advance.
These self-paced information literacy modules include videos, tutorials and self-assessment quizzes on a variety of topics including research strategies, web evaluation and citation.
View one module at a time or take the whole course!
For ELD 072 classes we recommend a 50 or 80 minute session, consisting of demonstration and hands-on activity. Typically, in an 80 minute session, students would complete a library worksheet, allowing them to practice using the library databases, and to start gathering research materials for their class assignment(s). Students in a 50 minute session can be given a handout or worksheet that provides direction for practice and identifying research materials.
ELD 072 Learning Outcomes
Upon completion of the lab session and worksheet, students will be able to:
Provide your librarian with the following information:
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Instructors are requested to be present for library sessions. Student questions often arise about the research topic or guidelines assigned. These questions are best answered by the instructor. Through their presence, instructors can also provide librarians with valuable insight about their class and its specific needs – this is information unavailable to librarians from any other source.
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“Information Literacy empowers people in all walks of life to seek, evaluate, use and create information effectively to achieve their personal, social, occupational and educational goals. It is a basic human right in a digital world and promotes social inclusion in all nations.” UNESCO (2005) Alexandria Proclamation.