Information Literacy Instruction
Library faculty teach information literacy sessions for Southeast classes and groups. Instruction is tailored to meet unique needs of specific class research assignments and information needs. Sessions can last entire class periods or be brief, focused instruction related to a particular resource or skill.
Incorporating Information Literacy Into Assignments
Library faculty can assist class instructors with developing assignments that use Kent Library resources and information literacy skills. Librarians can also provide feedback on existing assignments.
Customized Research Materials
Customized materials, such as online class research guides, can be created for any Southeast class or group, whether online or face-to-face, to supplement and reinforce materials and skills taught in instruction sessions. These materials can easily be linked to within Moodle. There are a variety of examples available in our Subject & Course Guides. Select the "Course Guide" as the type to view guides created for classes and assignments.
To schedule an information literacy session or have customized materials created for your class or group, contact Katlyn Griffin. You can also contact your department’s library faculty liaison.
High School Class Visits
High school classes are also invited to take advantage of our information literacy sessions with the understanding that Southeast classes and students take priority. High schools wishing to schedule an instruction session should contact Katlyn Griffin two full weeks in advance of the desired date and restrict the size of their group to 30 students or less.