Would you like to improve your students’ research and writing skills by more seamlessly integrating information literacy into your classes?
We’re offering a 5-day mini-course from September 19-23, for faculty, instructors, and adjunct faculty/instructors on teaching information literacy using inclusive pedagogical practices.
Experienced instruction librarians will work with you to develop information literacy-related research and writing assignments for your students.
This mini-course is also a program improvement study to learn more about faculty incorporation of information literacy and collaboration with University Libraries.
Participants will receive a $200 stipend for engaging fully with the content and providing feedback.
Application deadline is September 5.
Participants can expect to spend 1-2 hours per day exploring content and completing activities in the mini-course. You’ll also spend no more than two additional hours providing feedback through a survey and/or focus group later in the fall semester.
Faculty should expect to finish the mini-course with a course design plan and new activities to incorporate.
The mini-course is offered asynchronously in D2L in partnership with University Center for Assessment, Teaching and Technology.
Complete our survey to sign up for the course by September 5.