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Engaging Students with the Libraries: A Refresher for Instructors

Posted by Angela Brcka for University Libraries

This workshop is for any instructor who wants to improve their students’ performance on research papers, projects and assignments. Learn about WMU Libraries’ instruction and services at this workshop hosted by Kate Langan, associate professor and librarian.

Did you know that WMU librarians provide library instruction through synchronous online sessions, on-demand tutorials, or tailor-made information literacy learning content that can be incorporated into your Elearning course? Subject librarians also support student research through consultations and real-time chat services.

Want to learn more? Attend this workshop to learn about what the Libraries can do for you and your students in Spring 2021.

Register today

Why should you add library instruction to your courses?

You’ll be confident that your students have the skills to find and use library resources in their assignments.

You’ll also see improvements in the quality of their work. We’ll teach them how to define their topics, find appropriate research, and use citations effectively.

Intended audience: Everyone who teaches, including faculty, instructors, and teaching assistants

Date: Thursday, January 14, 2021
Time: 2:00pm to 2:30pm
Location: Webex
Contact: Kate Langan
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