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Library Instruction Menu: Instruction Policies

Library Instruction Policies

Timing: Please submit requests for instruction two weeks in advance of the face-to-face session. Librarians need time to develop teaching plans that that will engage students.

Connection to coursework: Library instruction is most relevant and therefore effective for students when teaching is based on a research assignment.

Course Instructor presence during library instruction: Library instruction sessions are most effective when course instructors are present during the session. Course instructors can very often emphasize important points during the session and often have detailed answers to student questions pertaining to research tasks at hand.

Rooms: Two library classrooms are solely dedicated to library instruction and student study. When not in use for scheduled library instruction events, the rooms are designated student study and lab space. 

 

Questions? Contact:

James Parrigin
Information Literacy & Library Instruction Coordinator
JLPARRIGIN@salisbury.edu
410-677-0131
Office: 129A or 129B, Library