The University Libraries – Your Partner in Teaching
Date: August 18, 2010
Times: 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
Location: Library IC A112 – (Southside of ILC courtyard)
Contact: Leslie Sult
Attend a one-hour session to learn about how the University Libraries can partner with faculty to support you in your classroom teaching.
Learn about resources that support faculty course planning and student success. Librarians will describe library services and resources such as:
* Consultation with a librarian to define information literacy objectives for your courses
* Consultation with a librarian to design effective library-related research assignments, create customized online library resource guides for your courses, and identify or create tutorials for learning and practicing library research skills
* Copyright rules and issues
* Document Delivery - streaming video and audio, 16mm films, electronic delivery of articles & book chapters
* Reference help – walk-in, phone, email, chat/IM, or by appointment.
* Information Commons hardware and software, including equipment loan and reservation of group study or presentation practice rooms, requests for course-related software on IC computers
* Customization of your library experience with “My Account”
Participants will have increased awareness of and access to library services and resources that support faculty course planning and student success.
Wednesday, August 18
02:00 - 3:30 p.m.
Library IC A112 – (Southside of ILC courtyard)
Register for this session at: http://oia.arizona.edu/content/teaching-academy