Instruction Services news: Integrate information literacy into ISU Courses.
Lib 160: Information Literacy
ISU librarians teach an effective information literacy foundations course that is a graduation requirement for undergraduates.?Students learn how scholarly information is produced, organized, and accessed; how to construct effective search strategies in a variety of Web tools and general databases; how to choose appropriate finding tools; evaluation of resources, and best practices in the ethical use of information.
Invite your librarian to teach an instruction session relevant to course assignments and student learning objectives. Students are introduced to subject-focused research materials; citation and data management; and other research topics. For undergrad and grad level courses.
Online Guides for Courses
Work with your librarian to develop a library research guide for your class that will introduce students to a focused selection of discipline-based research databases, information literacy, print resources and authoritative websites relevant to class needs and assignments.
Library Course Reserves Processing staff work with hundreds of faculty and courses each semester, and handle all copyright issues. Course Reserve lists are linked in the Library website for easy access by students. For information, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Distance & Online Learning
Work with your librarian to develop an online library instruction session via video-conferencing software. Visit our Distance Learning Guide to learn how ISU distance students and instructors can access library resources and services from off-campus and to review online instruction materials that cover the most asked-about basics.
Librarians teach workshops on topics of interest to grad students, post-docs, and faculty. See details and registration information on the Workshops Guide.