Resources and Services for
Faculty and Instructors
Library User Information Literacy Modules
modules can guide students through information
literacy skills sets such as creating a research strategy, finding books
and articles, and evaluating information found on the web.
to equip your students with info lit basics and vocabulary by including an
assignment to complete the short
modules linked below.
Finding and Evaluating
There are numerous assignments to incorporate
information literacy instruction into your classes. Please read and
consider if one or more of these sample assignments might be appropriate for your
Introductory level research:
Advanced level research:
There are various options available to incorporate information literacy instruction into your Language 120
and LSIC 379 classes. Select this link to review modes of instruction and consider which might work best for you and your students.
Select this link for tips on designing
assignments that Ramsey Library can support effectively, and that will require students to find, evaluate, cite and use information.
library liaison is also available for consultation, and can help you create assignments that teach students how to find relevant research materials and
utilize Ramsey Library's resources.
Schedule a Library & Information Literacy Instruction Session
Select this option to schedule a class
workshop tailored to the specific needs of your students. We
strongly suggest that you contact your subject
library liaison no
later than two weeks prior to any desired instruction session date to
ensure adequate preparation time and classroom availability. Please have a range of possible dates in mind to ensure library instructor availability and classroom scheduling.
Ramsey Library's Research Guides contain information about
finding research sources for a variety of academic disciplines, library collections and
links to helpful information on the web.