MSUB Librarians also teach information literacy skills to students in the 3 credit course, LSCI 125: Research in the Information Age. This course fulfills a gen ed requirement and is taught both online and in person and sections.
Students who know their way around the physical library and the library's rich array of electronic resources are better students! Librarians help students learn to navigate library resources and by teaching information literacy skills.
Library instruction lessons can range from a broad overview of library resources to instruction targeted to a specific assignment. The librarian will work with you to make sure your students receive the information they need to be successful.
Schedule a library instruction for your class by submitting this form.
Information literacy is the ability of individuals to “recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information.”
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The following is a sample of courses for which librarians provide instruction sessions: