Students who are assigned projects requiring library research often lack basic library skills or are overwhelmed by the variety of information resources available at the Lafayette Libraries. Tailored to the needs of students, library instruction classes give them an opportunity to learn about the resources and search strategies that are most appropriate for their assignments, topics, and levels of expertise.
Sessions can be scheduled during regular class time (evenings as well as days) or as an additional class session during the noon hour or late afternoon. Arrangements can also be made for small groups of students working collaboratively to meet with a librarian outside of class. Most sessions are held in one of the library instruction rooms although librarians can meet with students in their regular classroom.
To schedule a library instruction class or talk about what the library can offer your class, contact Lijuan Xu, Associate Director for Research & Instructional Services, at 610-330-5152 or email@example.com