This room is reserved primarily for library instruction. If you would like to collaborate with a librarian for an instruction session, please send your request and a librarian on your campus will contact you.
Please contact Debbi Lomax if you would like to reserve the library classroom for a different use which does not require a librarian. You may not reserve the room more than one week in advance unless it is for library instruction.
Library instruction for WR 122 / Katherine Jackson (SS)
Instructor name: Katherine Jackson Students refer to me as: Mrs. Jackson, Professor Jackson Instructor e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Instructor phone: (503) 684-9503 Instructor location: Rock Creek Preferred contact: e-mail Course subject: Writing - WR Course number: 122 Course CRN: 18047 Number of Students: 26 ADA provisions needed: no Preferred Date: 2013-02-25 Preferred Time: 8:15 am Alternate Date: Alternate Time: 8:00 am Duration: 75Minutes Do you need time to discuss non-library matters with your class on the day of library instruction? No If yes please specify: Assignment description and sample topics: !,000 word proposal essay with a minimum of 4 library sources. Sources from open internet searches not acceptable. Upload class assignment and other relevant documents: What are your learning outcomes for this session? Demonstrate critical thinking by writing effective arguments which support and develop one's own argument Use argument as a means of inquiry as well as persuasion Identify and define issues at the core of an argument Analyze the main support of a written argument Analyze, recognize, and understand elements of style Independently locate, examine, select, evaluate, and use various sources, including electronic, library and primary resources Practice and demonstrate integration skills necessary to research writing, such as paraphrase and summary, and skills involving selection, editing, placement and analysis of direct quotation Demonstrate the ethics of research by identifying and avoiding plagiarism Consider and practice principles and strategies of internal coherence in discourse.