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Resources for Faculty
Luria Library faculty are experts in information literacy education and are available to support your and your students' information literacy development in a variety of ways, including:
- Face-to-face research workshops
- Research assignment development
- Online research guides
- Online tutorials
- Research and Information Literacy (RAIL) Modules in Canvas
For more information, see Research and Information Literacy page of the Library Resources for Faculty website.
Resources for Students
Luria Library faculty support students' information literacy learning by:
- Offering several online sections of the one-credit course Library 101: Information Literacy each semester, in both eight week and sixteen week formats. (Currently, Library 101 is the only course that meets the Information Competency Requirement.)
- Providing research support at the Reference & Information desk in the library, through the library's online chat service, and by appointment
- Providing online tutorials
For help, contact a librarian.