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Information Literacy Resources for Faculty

About the Information Literacy Program at the Libraries

Please review the list below before submitting your request.

Schedule Instruction

Librarians at Adelphi University Libraries are available to provide customized instruction for classes or for individuals. The Libraries provide semester-long support to assist with research assignment development, skills assessment, research readiness, and more. Our goal is to equip learners with the information literacy skills necessary to become effective lifelong consumers of information.

When requesting information literacy instruction for your class, please keep the following points in mind:

  • Schedule an intervention by a librarian at the students’ point of need in their research projects. Numerous studies prove that the best information literacy instruction occurs when students need to learn new skills in order to complete a research assignment. A general overview of library resources is rarely effective and is not ideal.
  • Request your instruction at least two weeks prior to the date you would like. This will allow the librarian sufficient time to develop learning outcomes and activities aligned with your syllabus and assignments.
  • Plan to be present during the information literacy instruction, and actively participate along with your students. Your students will be more likely to trust the librarian’s expertise if you learn and participate with them.
  • Review the Information Literacy Learning Outcomes (Draft) from the University Libraries. Information literacy sessions should aim to address up to three of frames, not the entire Framework.