Answered By: Tessa Withorn
Last Updated: Aug 20, 2017     Views: 4

In-class sessions are designed to be informative and active. While we are happy to highlight strategies for navigating specific library resources, we also want to allow students the opportunity to experiment with ideas, search strategies, and tools on their own or in groups, providing support and answering questions as they arise. Students may also benefit from in-class activities that develop more complex information literacy skills, such as evaluating sources and understanding scholarly communication in their discipline.