In a rapidly changing, information-rich society, information/digital literacy instruction is more important than ever. Becoming an information-literate individual means knowing when information is needed, how to locate and access it, evaluate the content and ethically use it. Our library is mostly digital, comprised of databases housing journals, eBooks and more. We can help students, staff and faculty successfully navigate our resources and equip them with transferable skills applicable beyond the classroom.
Click here to request instruction. Faculty can choose from a menu of instruction items to customize their session. We request as much notice as possible to best meet your needs, however, a minimum of two weeks' notice is preferred. We can usually confirm your request within 24 hours.
In addition to classroom instruction, library staff connect with the campus community through individual research consultations. Students/Faculty/Staff can make an appointment for a one-on-one session with a librarian or library specialist to help with the research process. This includes learning to navigate the online databases, choosing a topic, and help with utilizing database tools. Students can make appointments using Starfish. Faculty and Staff can email or call the Director of Library and Information Services.