June 13, 2022

New • Library Instruction Program Site

Library Instruction • Welcome

The Archer Library Instruction Program guide is a your gateway to course integrated library instruction sessions. Here you will find information about library instruction session types, instruction support provided by library guides, information literacy Framework, library instruction assessment, and meet Archer Library's instruction librarians.

Explore the Program Guide

What's here? When exploring this guide, you will find forms for requesting library instruction sessions and/or an Archer Library Guide. Further reading includes resources focused on the value impact of academic libraries, information literacy instruction, and overall student success. 

Course Integrated Library Instruction

In-person instruction is held in the Bernice Faber Baker Active Learning Lab, located on the main floor of Archer Library.

Synchronous and asynchronous library instruction, including video tutorials and recorded live sessions, is available using Zoom and Blackboard Learn. Instruction librarians will work with faculty to determine the best way to support online library instruction sessions.

Librarians are available to collaborate with instructors. We will work with you to design instruction sessions and assignments that support your course learning outcomes and the information literacy framework. 

➤ Visit the Archer Library Instruction Program Guide

1 comment:

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