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All FA 199 courses have a library instruction component. The library instruction introduces students to the resources they will need in order to complete research for their Key Resources in Your Field assignment.
All Loop Sections of FA 199 come to the Library for a face-to-face instruction session. Students also complete the Finding Career-Related Information tutorial which can be accessed via your D2L FA 199 course site. This assignment self-grades and reports a grade for the student automatically to the D2L gradebook.
Schedule Instruction Session
An embedded librarian model is used to provide research instruction for online FA 199 sections. Before the start of each quarter, you will be assigned a librarian who will be given access in the Librarian role to your D2L course shell. During the first week of class, the librarian will send a welcome message to your students.
All library-related content is delivered via your course page in D2L.
Research Consultation (Optional)
All online FA 199 students can schedule a 15-minute research consultation with the embedded librarian either via phone or chat. Your librarian will send an email to students and/or post a news item with information about scheduling the research consultation.
Learning OutcomesAfter attending the face-to-face library instruction session, FA 199 students will be able to:
All LL 290 courses include a library research instructional component that is facilitated by the Library.
All Loop sections of LL 290 come to the library for an in-person library instruction session.
An embedded librarian model is used to provide research instruction for online LL 290 sections. Before the start of each quarter, you will be assigned a librarian who will be given access in the Librarian role to your D2L course shell.
What To Expect From Your Embedded Librarian
Your librarian will:
After completing the LL 290 library components, students will be able to:
I see students taking more ownership of the literature than ever before, and I have been stunned by the quality of their annotations and literature reviews. I believe this is in large part due to [the librarian’s] conversations with the students.
--Steffanie Triller Fry, School for New Learning (School of Continuing and Professional Studies)