- Library services for teaching information literacy
- Library instruction classes designed to teach information literacy concepts and discipline-specific research skills are available on request. Librarians welcome collaboration with faculty to design a session that will meet the requirements of a particular assignment or learning objective.
- Request an instruction class.
- Customized web-based research guides are available for individual courses and programs. In developing a course guide page, faculty and librarians work collaboratively to identify key resources, services, and strategies that support a course's assignments and learning objectives. Course guides also foster the development of information literacy competencies.
- Contact your library liaison.
- Online research help is available through the library webpage.
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- Research from Start to Finish
- One-on-one consultations with a reference librarian are available to address specific research needs or review information literacy concepts.
- How do I...? FAQsRequest a consultation.
- Research help is available:
- by phone at 401-341-2289
- by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- in person at the McKillop Library Information Desk (Information Desk Hours)