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Library Services for Faculty: Library Instruction

For College Writing Instruction

Contact Simone Horst to schedule library instruction for College Writing.

Email - simone.horst@emu.edu

Phone - 432-4178

Graduate, Seminary, and ADCP Liaison

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Jennifer Ulrich
Contact:
Eastern Mennonite Universitiy
Hartzler Library

540-432-4173
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Library Instruction

Library instruction can significantly improve student performance on research-based assignments. Librarians can provide assignment specific help for students in your classroom or in a computer lab on campus. Instruction can be held as full class period, half class period, or even just drop in sessions. Contact one of our librarians to discuss how an instruction session can help your students.

Contact Us:

Simone Horst (College Writing)

Special Collections Librarian

simone.horst@emu.edu

540.432.4178

 

Jennifer Ulrich (Graduate, Seminary, ADCP Liaison and other classes)

Technical Services Librarian

ulrichjm@emu.edu

540.432.4173

Information Literacy

Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring individuals to “recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information.” American Library Association. (1989). Presidential Committee on Information Literacy. Final Report.

To learn more about information literacy:

Association of College and Research Libraries Information Literacy Competency Standards for Higher Education

Creating Effective Resource-Based Assignments

Librarians are your partners in creating effective resource-based assignments. We can work with faculty to develop assignments that lead students through the research process and develop information literacy skills. Librarians can review assignments to ensure required resources are available to students.

To learn more about creating effective resource-based assignments, see the following: