Requesting Library Instruction

The libraries teach students the information literacy competencies needed for success in academics.  Information literacy instruction teaches students the research process, source evaluation, and proper use of information.  A typical session provides an overview of the library and introduces the online catalog of print books, e-books, articles, academic journals, streaming media, and film resources. Information literacy sessions also include active learning and student participation.  Librarians are able to help create custom information literacy lessons.  Don’t have time for a library visit? Library staff can come to you, both in-person and online. Use the form below to request library instruction for your courses! 

Other topics include:

  • Web search evaluation
  • Identification of peer-reviewed materials
  • Citation and formatting for specific styles (APA, MLA, etc.) 
  • Plagiarism

Both campus libraries have instructional spaces that can seat 30+ students with an instructor’s station, projector, and computers.

Online Course Instruction

Thinking about library instruction for your online courses? Library staff can visit your class virtually using BlackBoard/Canvas or prepare documents, presentations, or tutorials for to share. Contact Molli Gonzalez (804-594-1518) for more information.