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What new faculty need to know about the libraries
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Examples of Instruction Topics/Concepts

Work with a librarian to tailor the instruction session to meet your needs. Some examples include

 - Types of sources & how to find them 

 - Specialized discipline resources

 - Annotated bibliography 

 - Evaluating Internet sources 

 - The Scholarly Conversation & plagiarism

 - Choosing a research topic  

 - Primary / Secondary Sources 

 - Visual literacy

 - Statistics

 - Zotero & citation management


Library Tours & Instruction

"Information Literacy Umbrella" by Dana Longley and is CC BY-NC-SA

Librarians can help your students learn the best ways to find and evaluate information by providing library instruction tailored to your course. Librarians can create custom-designed sessions to help your students learn about specific resources and research strategies. Request an instruction session or library tour using our Library Instruction Request Form

"Information Literacy Umbrella" by Dana Longley is licensed under CC BY-NC-SA 2.0


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