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Library Instruction

Library Instruction

Library Instruction Goal

The goal of library instruction is to build students’ skills and habits of mind in their roles as critical consumers and producers of information. Librarians engage students in identifying relevant information from a variety of authoritative sources. At the discipline or program level, students will learn how research and information creation works in their chosen field.

Requesting Library Instruction

Faculty librarians provide information literacy instruction for a large number of classes at PCC’s campuses, centers, and work sites. Librarians can provide synchronous instruction to face-to-face, online, and hybrid classes; develop asynchronous instructional tools like videos, tutorials, and research guides tailored to your assignment; or embed in a Brightspace classroom to support student research.

Complete the Library Instruction Request form at least one week in advance of your requested date. The development of some asynchronous online learning objects may require more advanced notice.