Classroom Library Instruction
The Libraries provides information literacy (IL) instruction to aid library patrons in becoming independent and lifelong learners. There are two (2) categories of IL instruction sessions available to faculty and students: classroom type and quick start/individualized sessions (popularly known as Face-to-Face with RIA (Roving Information Assistant)).
For classroom library orientation, the following modules are available:
|Module 1: Library Research Basics and Tour||A 1.5 to 2-hour lecture and tour specifically designed for new students to introduce the different library resources and services and learn the basics of finding information.|
|Module 2: Subject Database Searching||A 2 to 3-hour intensive hands-on demonstration and practice on using the various subject databases.|
|Module 3: Library Basics and Database Searching||A 2 to 3-hour basic lecture and hands-on teaching on conducting library research and multi-disciplinary database searching|
|Module 4: Specialized Instructions||A customized, course-related instruction that focuses on advanced IL skills.|
- Only faculty members may request for this type of IL session.
- Requests should be made at least three (3) working days before the actual date of the session through the online booking system.
- Requests are accepted on a first come first served basis and are approved depending on the availability of a room.
- Presence of the requesting faculty member during the information literacy session is preferred but not required.
- The Libraries reserves the right to cancel sessions if the class arrives 15 minutes late of the scheduled session.
- Requests to reschedule or cancel information literacy sessions should be made at least three (3) days before the scheduled session.