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Library Information Skills Curriculum: Class/Activity Plans

This guide details how the library's instruction program addresses the learning outcomes of the ACRL Frameworks for Information Literacy.

Creating Instruction that is Right for You

Faculty members determine the instruction that best fits their needs. Below are some examples of research support sessions we have conducted in the past, or have developed based on the Framework. These lesson plans are meant as examples and can be adapted to your needs, or can serve as inspiration for custom instruction design. The lesson plans below represent a starting point for the new curriculum, and we will be adding to them regularly.

Lessons plans are arranged by suggested level, however, most can be customized for any discipline and course level. The librarians are always happy to customize a lesson plan that meets your specific pedagogical needs. 

Contact your subject liaison to design instruction to meet your instructional goals.

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