The mission of the instruction program at the University Libraries is to support the teaching, research and extension mission of the University by teaching information literacy skills in order to promote academic success, personal and professional decision-making, civic participation, and life-long learning. Librarians teach information literacy skills to university students through teachable moments at the public reference desk, individual consultations, and by formal classroom instruction.
Faculty and Staff
In the Classroom
- Creating Effective Research Assignments
- Ellbogen Center for Teaching and Learning
- Reserve Request Form
- Subject Guides: See recommended library resources for various subjects
- TIP: Take the tutorial here
- Credit Courses: Librarians teach two different classes that offer students an opportunity to get the L credit they need to graduate.
- Library Instructor Evaluation
- Library Workshops: See the schedule and register for library workshops.
For more information, contact Melissa Bowles-Terry, Instruction and Assessment Coordinator, 766-5667