The Morrisville State College Library information literacy program strives to help students and faculty develop compentencies essential to academic success and critcal to workplace information demands. Information literacy instruction helps students
The library offers information literacy instruction in two different formats: a one-credit college course (GNED 104) and instruction sessions integrated into ongoing courses.
Advisors are encouraged to recommend GNED 104 to students early in their college career as a means to transition student research, information finding and critical thinking skills to meet the demands of college-level course work and workplace expectations.
Faculty members are also encouraged to consider establishing a paired course option with GNED 104 to fully integrate information literacy skills into subject area content. Faculty-librarian collaboration on setting course learning goals, objectives and class learning activities can enrich student learning by making connections between course themes and effective information finding, critical evaluation, and synthesis.
Faculty may schedule individual library instruction sessions that focus on some specific aspect of information literacy or a course assignment. These classes are typically held in the library instruction room 110A, but the librarian may also visit course classrooms to hold instruction sessions.
Requests for library instruction sessions should be made at least two weeks in advance to allow time for the librarian and faculty member to develop appropriate learning objectives and activities for the session.
To plan paired classes or schedule instruction sessions contact:
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