|Course Related Instruction|
Faculty may request a customized library instruction session for individual classes. Through instruction in the use of a wide range of resources, the UCF librarians assist both undergraduate and graduate students in completing more thoughtful, interesting, and scholarly research projects. Instruction is most effective when it is integrated into the curriculum and related to a specific assignment. When the classroom instructor attends and actually participates in the instruction session, students see the value of the instruction.
Library Instruction is customized to the specific research needs of a class. Students learn to select, use, and evaluate sources pertinent to their topics. These resources may include reference books, government documents, bibliographies, indexes to journal articles, and Internet resources. Students will learn to use resources in a variety of formats— web-based, print, CD-ROM, and microform. The Library Instruction sessions may include:
To schedule a library instruction session, click here.
For Library Instruction at a Regional Campus, click here.
For library instruction on primary sources and
rare books in the Libraries Special Collections, please contact Special
Collections and University Archives directly at
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Last update: 31 July 2009