Pop-ins are short sessions, typically 5-15 minutes, where the librarian can introduce your class to a basic library service. These short sessions are not meant to teach your students how to use the library, but to introduce the idea. Pop-ins can cover such things as:
We have a video version of our most commonly requested pop-ins you can drop right into Blackboard.
Need something a little more robust? Don't worry, we've got you covered! Learn more below.
If you would like to talk to a librarian about any of these options, please contact your liaison librarian.
Our information literacy goals intersect with many General Education statewide student learning outcomes for each competency, notably Foundational Intellectual Skills 1.7 and 2.5 and Ways of Knowing 4.6, 5.3 and 6.2
These competencies include:
For faculty teaching General Education courses and departmental curriculum committees designing content, the Library is a natural partner in the classroom to achieve and document these outcomes. For ideas on how to partner with us, see the box above.