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Resources for accessing eBooks and eBooks vendors.
Resources to help students with citation formatting, style, and creation.
Tutorials: The library has designed a series of self-paced online learning tutorials called Ship to Shore. Ship to Shore contains seven core modules, and is entirely self-paced.
Library Instruction for Distance Education
Your liaison librarians will collaborate with you develop or provide educational materials and synchronous and asynchronous instruction support on subjects like topic development, finding and evaluating sources, synthesizing research, and attributing sources.
Please contact your liaison librarian to identify the best strategies to incorporate information literacy into your online class.
Synchronous Information Literacy Instruction:
Full, partial or mini lessons via Zoom
Lead discussions in D2L
Meet with students via Zoom (individually or small groups)
Asynchronous Information Literacy Instruction:
Video tutorials (Ship to Shore or original tutorials)
Information literacy-focused D2L modules
Information literacy educational resources:
Course-specific research guides
Information literacy focused activities, assignments, and rubrics
Assessment quizzes for lessons, library tutorials, or other components of your course
Consultation on revising assignments with research component
Research assistance resources (chat, email, Zoom, phone)
Partner with you to review submitted student work, particularly cited sources, annotated bibliographies, etc.
Librarians are trained in Information Literacy instruction and can consult with disciplinary faculty on course design, assignment design and other embedded instruction services online. We strive for teaching excellence and look forward to working with you to support the success of our students!