Did you know that the library can provide "custom-designed information literacy instruction... tailored to your specific research-based assignment and student needs." Now that our campuses are beginning to reopen this highly valuable instruction is available as in-person instruction for hybrid classes as well as continuing to be available fully online.
Through the library's critical research instruction your students will learn where to find information specifically related to your course's research project and learn the research skills and strategies necessary to successfully complete it.
Do you want to include a significant research project in your instruction, but don't know precisely where to start? Library staff are available to help you with that as well.
As the library notes, even if your project is scheduled for later in the semester, it is never too early to schedule a session. Both Kim Chuppa-Cornell and Monica Johnson are eager to schedule a session for your class or to talk through your ideas with you. You can reach them at:
Kim Chuppa-Cornell firstname.lastname@example.org
Monica Johnson email@example.com
Williams Campus and Queen Creek Communiversity
To learn more about the ways you and your students can benefit from the library's critical research instruction, check out their web page devoted to the topic:
Critical Research Instruction
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