Information Literacy is the ability to identify what information is needed, understand how the information is organized, identify the best sources of information for a given need, locate those sources, evaluate the sources critically, and share that information. It is the knowledge of commonly used research techniques. Helping students to make the connection between sources and their course materials requires a partnership between librarians and faculty.
One form per course number (i.e. CHS 245 and CHS 155)
Multiple sections of the same course number may use the same form (i.e. Three sections of CHS 155).
Sessions need to be requested at least two weeks ahead of time, but it is recommended that you book as soon as possible.
Senior Assistant Librarian
California State University, Northridge
Phone (818) 677 7696
IM Handle librarianjennie (gmail and aol)