The DG Ivey library offers customized information literacy and library instruction sessions, workshops and tutorials for your students to help them develop effective research practices for their papers and assignments. Fill out this form if you are interested in library instruction tailored to your class's assignments.
Course Code (ie. NEW999 or WGS212--no spaces):
Provide a copy of your class's assignment(s). If you are finalizing your assignment outline, please provide a draft of the outline.
Alternatively, you can upload a copy of your assignment outline.
Due to the COVID-19, all library instruction is moving to the online environment. Please indicate below if you have a preference for synchronous (live) or asynchronous (pre-recorded) library instruction for your class.
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If you prefer synchronous instruction, please provide a few suggested dates for a synchronous library instruction session.
Are you interested in expanding your pedagogical practices by finding new ways to incorporate research and information literacy skills and practices into your research and writing assignments? Let us know if you’d like to explore new assignment designs and possibilities by consulting with or working with a librarian.
Do you have any questions or comments about the library instruction?