Information Literacy Instruction
Library Faculty are the information literacy experts on campus. Information Literacy is a discipline which focuses on the retrieval, evaluation, application, creation, and dissemination of information in a variety of formats. Info Lit incorporates critical thinking, analytical, and problem solving skills. It is relevant across the curriculum and is ranked by employers as an important skill for graduates to have. Library faculty provide information literacy instruction to support the learning outcomes of an assignment, course, or program of study. The core concepts and student learning outcomes addressed are informed by the ACRL’s Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education.
Types of Instruction
Information Literacy Instruction is available in a variety of modes and formats including:
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To schedule information literacy instruction:
**Please note that a minimum notice of 7 days is required for all instruction sessions, and requests are not processed during intersessions. **
Please review our instruction policies.
To discuss the creation of a research assignment, research guide, or Canvas module:
Please note that lead time for these instructional materials varies depending on the requirements.