Answered By: Amanda Albert
Last Updated: Apr 02, 2018     Views: 5

The University Libraries currently offer the following face-to-face and online instruction options:

  • General information literacy instruction that address learning outcomes customized to your class
  • Discipline specific information literacy instruction customized to your class
  • Assignment design for assignments that have an information literacy or research component
  • Online learning objects customized to your course
    • Research Guides
    • Learning Management System Modules
    • Quizzes, Tutorials, and Assessments

Information Literacy instruction takes place in your classroom, or in one of Olin Library’s new instruction rooms. It is a partnership between the librarian and faculty member, and therefore should be viewed as a shared experience.

To schedule a session or find out more about the Instruction and Information Literacy Program, contact the program director, Amanda B. Albert, at 314-935-6396 or amandabalbert@wustl.edu.

You can also reach out to your subject librarian or the special collections department.

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