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Library Instruction Request Form: Request a 75 min. workshop, taught by a librarian and tailored to your class assignment. Topics include information literacy, database searching, understanding scholarly sources, evaluating web content, and more. Note: During Covid-19 closure, these sessions may take place over Zoom.
Learn about our information literacy modules for Canvas
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Modules may be imported into your course, or individual pages may be used and adapted. Librarian-created screencasts are also available in Canvas Studio for you to embed in your own course.
LUCI: One-hour (approximately) tutorial for students
(log into Canvas and select "Join this Course").
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Please plan to spend approximately one hour and complete all sections of this tutorial, including the quiz. Note: work cannot be saved, so you must complete the tutorial within the same hour that you begin.
You will have only one quiz attempt allowed for each class you are enrolled in. To
get credit, you must complete all the steps and submit the quiz at the end. Be sure
to include your full name, your instructor's name, and your class.
The tutorial has four sections: Getting Started; Using Research Tools; Evaluating Information Sources; Citing Sources & Avoiding Plagiarism. Each section is 2-3 page long and may contain short videos to watch.
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The video below will show you how to log in and view library resources from home:
Link to additional short videos for students (coming soon).
Students: Please complete the evaluation form after the library session.
Instructors: Please share this link with students to evaluate the session (thank you!)
additional links coming soon
A one-unit course designed for the student who would like to become a more effective online researcher. Students will learn to select and effectively use appropriate research tools, such as databases and search engines for specific information needs. Students will develop search strategies and express their research questions in relevant search terms. In addition, they will evaluate information and create citations in accordance with style manuals. Ethical issues about information will also be introduced.
This course is usually taught online or in a hybrid format (partially online). Check the course schedule for details about each section's requirements.
LIR 110 is usually presented in eight-week segments. Check schedules carefully for beginning and ending dates of each section.
For more information, please contact Felicia Kalker.