Library Instruction and Librarian Collaboration Request
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Library instruction is most relevant and productive when it accompanies a specific assignment or project.
Please let us know about relevant course or department learning goals and how far along in their assignment your students will be at the time of instruction.
On the date of a library instruction session, your students will have:
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Which week in the semester would library instruction be most relevant and timely for students?
What do your students need to learn from library instruction?
Are there any students in your class who require special accommodations? If so, please describe.
Step 1: Choose How Much Time You Have For Library Instruction
How much time would you like for your in-class library instruction session?
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Step 2: Choose Your Learning Outcomes to Create a Customized Lesson
There are many ways to incorporate a librarian, information literacy, library research, digital media, publishing and more into your course.
Select a Library Instruction Option (or for a customized session skip to the next section).
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For a Customized Library Session, choose up to 3 LOs from the list below if you only have 50 minutes. Any of the 50 minute Library Instruction Options can be modified for an 80 minute class.
If you have allotted more than 50 minutes for a customized library instruction session(s), a librarian will follow up with you to discuss the details.
Would your students benefit from having a Librarian in your Canvas Course?
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CRN for the section(s)
List all if you are offering multiple sections of the same course
Number of students expected for face-to-face instruction
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