Our approach to information literacy allows us to teach students the "why" instead of only the "how," and it helps them think of themselves as creators and participants in scholarly communications. The framework also addresses competencies that students need to develop in order to become skillful researchers.
For new students: Tutorials: Information Literacy
Supplement these tutorials with Assignments you can use in your classroom (PDFs).
Learn to search specific databases and tools: Step-by-step tutorials
Help your students use primary sources: Class instruction: Special Collections
We can work with you to:
Read tips for finding course materials, accessing content online, linking to library resources, shortening URLs, and customizing D2L's Library Tools.
Showing films in UA classes
Showing films on campus (outside of the classroom)
Want to show short clips instead of entire films?
Tutorial: Fair use & copyright in instruction
Would you like to reserve a room at the library?
Request a meeting or instruction room
Do you need a place to record course lectures?
Use our Learning Studio to record course lectures.
Room B254, Catalyst Studios, Main Library.
Using the Learning Studio for Lecture Capture (tutorial)
Using this room instead of your own office or home has some advantages.
Reserve the Learning Studio: Request a meeting or instruction room