While courses are running primarily in remote formats, information literacy instruction is also being provided remotely. All of the Options below are available for any course modality.
Steps to implement this option:
A librarian can attend your remote synchronous meeting time to facilitate a research workshop. Preparation for the workshop is required of you and your students so that the time can be productively spent answering questions, providing search demonstrations, and assisting students with their research. The librarian will expect your active participation in the workshop to keep students engaged and facilitate discussion.
For a successful remote synchronous session, you will need to:
To schedule a remote synchronous workshop session, complete the Request for Information Literacy Instruction form. You will receive confirmation and the name of the librarian who will provide the workshop. You and the librarian will coordinate how and when the students will complete the "pre-work" (course guide or video series) and discuss how the synchronous session will run.
Choose one method of implementing this option:
If you'd like to include an assessment of the guide or video series content, choose one option:
A few best practices we've identified for including an asynchronous librarian
A few best practices for remote synchronous information literacy instruction we've identified are: