Van Wagenen Library is pleased to provide the following support to faculty for their classes.
Use this simple online form to recommend a resource you think the library should add to its collection. You can suggest a specific title or identify a broad subject area in need of further collection development. Your requests will be forwarded to the appropriate library subject liaison.
Faculty are encouraged to schedule information literacy workshops for their classes. Workshops are team-taught by both a librarian and the faculty member. They consist of hands-on activities to teach students the research skills necessary for students to successfully complete their assignments.
Librarians can meet with students individually or in small groups outside of class to help with research projects. Students can get support on all aspects of the research process, from creating an initial search strategy to formatting their paper.
Librarians at Van Wagenen Libraries can work with you to incorporate library/research activities directly into your courses. Activities can range from basic to advanced-level involvement with a librarian. Most require little of your time. All will aid in developing students' information seeking and research skills.
Have us develop reusable learning objects (RLOs) that can be embedded into online learning environments to help your students gain information literacy skills. Examples include course research guides, videos, tutorials, quizzes and assignments.
Van Wagenen Library is pleased to provide the following reusable information literacy resources to faculty. Contact the library liaison for your department if you have any questions about incorporating them into your courses or want to work with a librarian to create a custom resource for your class.
These guides are created to help students use library resources and begin research. They are categorized by subject areas and as general research guides (common to most areas).
This guide provides help with citing sources in various citation styles (e.g., APA, MLA, etc.).
Use our Reserve Materials Form to request that a book or DVD be put on reserve for your class. You may drop off reserve materials at the library's circulation desk or send them through intracampus mail. If you need help accessing a copy of the source you'd like to put on reserve, please contact your library liaison.
Why reinvent the wheel? Browse the links below for example handouts and assignments that incorporate information literacy into classes.