The library offers "Contextualized Research Instruction (CI)" sessions to address students' information competency needs for instructors who would like to have a librarian-led session via Zoom to support their remote instruction class for a specific research assignment.
Along with our online library workshops including OneSearch for Books & Articles, Pro-Tips for Finding Sources, and Using Peer-Reviewed Sources, the "Contextualized Research Instruction" sessions are designed to be a collaborative effort between a librarian and the instructor. Your assigned librarian will discuss with you your desired learning outcomes and goals of the session in preparation for the session with your students.
These sessions are typically 60 minutes long. You may select from a list of topics, including a category for something not listed, such as primary sources. Please keep in mind that in a 60-minute session, 2 learning outcomes are recommended but not more than 3.
Topics listed include:
Submit this form to request a "Contextualized Research Instruction" session.
Include the research assignment (draft version is acceptable) that includes key information (due dates, types of sources, context, etc.); this is required.
Requests must be made a minimum of three weeks in advance (the earlier the better) to allow time for a librarian to be assigned to teach the session and for the librarian to coordinate with the classroom instructor regarding details, such as student learning outcomes, etc.
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