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Instructor name: Chad Helder Students refer to me as: Chad Instructor e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Instructor phone: 360-920-1384 Instructor location: Rock Creek Preferred contact: e-mail Course subject: Writing - WR Course number: 121 Course CRN: 44927 Number of Students: 27 ADA provisions needed: no Preferred Date: 2013-10-07 Preferred Time: 6:00 pm Alternate Date: Alternate Time: Duration: 110Minutes 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: Introduction to the library and library databases, especially EBSCOhost. Introduction to Google docs as a tool to take notes and revise their essays. Students are working on a Literacy Narrative. Students will research a literacy-related topic in order to expand and deepen their first drafts. For example, a student might find a few sources on the relationship between literacy and comic books, if she wrote about comic books in her first draft. Similarly, students might find sources about the importance of reading to children, video games and literacy, Goosebumps and literacy, Harry Potter and literacy, the impact of e-readers on literacy, reaching reluctant readers, etc. In other words, students will pick up on a literacy-related topic in their first drafts and research further in order to expand and develop the essay for the final draft. Upload class assignment and other relevant documents: What are your learning outcomes for this session? Develop a search strategy based on their research topic Perform an efficient search of the library catalog for books and other materials Differentiate between scholarly journals and magazines Construct a query for journal, magazine, or newspaper articles and evaluate best choices in the results list Physically locate items and other resources