Library Instruction Offerings
- General information literacy instruction that address learning outcomes customized to your class
- Discipline-specific information literacy instruction customized to your class
- Special Collections instruction
- Data Management and GIS instruction
- Assignment design for assignments that have an information literacy or research component
- Online learning objects customized to your course
Partnering with a Librarian
This is a partnership between the librarian and faculty member, and therefore should be viewed as a shared experience. Faculty and Librarians should negotiate learning outcomes together. Library Instruction has the biggest impact on student learning when it is tied to an assignment with a research component.
Library instruction takes place in your classroom, or in one of Olin Library’s instruction rooms.
To schedule a session or find out more about library instruction, use the request form above, or reach out to:
You may also contact Amanda Albert, Information Literacy Coordinator with general questions about the instruction program or instruction rooms at firstname.lastname@example.org or 314-935-6396.
Our mission is to facilitate a holistic approach to information literacy instruction by engaging the WashU community through intentionally designed class sessions, assignments, workshops, and consultations where learners are introduced to the scholarly sphere, critical thinking, issues of access and privilege, and strive to achieve greater cultural awareness.