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Last Updated: Dec 12, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Custom Workshops

Information literacy is the set of skills needed to find, retrieve, analyze, and effectivly use information. Information literacy instruction is a main focus for the library, and faculty are a critical part of this key library mission.

HGTC librarians are available to speak to your class about research strategies for a particular assignment. We can also collaborate with faculty to develop research components for assignments.

You can schedule a time to bring your class to the library's smart classroom for a workshop either online, by phone, or in person. The more information you can give us, the better. Please give us at least one week's notice to ensure that we will be able to accomodate your class.

As part of the library workshop we can create an online course guide with a unique, course-specific URL. Designed specially for your class, the guide can provide links to appropriate resources, assistance with source citations, advice on choosing a research topic, or anything else you might want.

See examples of some of last semester's course guides below.


    Sample Course Guides

    • English 102
      Created to guide Cameron Wright's English 102 class through a research paper on a literary theory.
    • Biology 225
      Created to guide Jeff Long's Biology 225 lab through the research for their report on a specific bacterium.
    • History 201
      Created to assist Jim Yohe's History 201 class in writing their research paper.

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