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What A Faculty Librarian Can Do For You and Your Instructional Goals

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The Benefits of Creating and Maintaining a Strong Working Relationship Between Instructional Librarians and Professors/Instructors.

Highlights:

  Faculty librarians are experts at the four major components of information literacy: media literacy, research/library skills, critical thinking skills and ethical aspects.

  Faculty librarians can help professors convey important information literacy skills.

  Information literacy skills need development/improvement at all levels of scholarship.

  Collaboration between faculty librarians and professors leads to cross-departmental bonding and mutual respect. This leads to improvement of student outcomes.

The following library guide will provide guidance for making appointments for all forms of librarian engagement in your classrooms. Faculty librarians at the Cannon Memorial Library enjoy being creative and collaborative! The possibilities are endless.

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