(Exact same info is located in 2022/2023 U100 Instructor Manual)
Presentation length: Two 75 minute sessions.
Weeks preferred: Any.
Scheduling & contact information: Fill out the following U100 Library Instruction Request Form to request the library sessions. The earlier you fill out the request, the more likely it is you will get your preferred date. Jamie Johnson (Research & Instruction Librarian) will confirm instruction dates and librarian teaching the sessions after you complete the form. Please keep in mind that students should have completed the U100 Student Library Module prior to the first library session and should be working on their Information Competence Assignment by the second session.
Presentation location: All sessions will take place inside the library.
Description & format of session(s):
Pre-Library Tutorial (Canvas U100 Library Module)
Synchronous In-person Sessions
Remember: U100 is not a research course. The library sessions and the information competence project aim to provide a gentle introduction to research at the University level. Very few students will understand a traditional peer-reviewed article, and requiring them to use one may in fact be detrimental to their understanding of doing research and learning how to incorporate it into their own projects. For example, Time magazine can be a fine work to cite on a freshman annotated bibliography. The goal is to ensure that your students read and understand the articles they have chosen.
Additional Student Resources:
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