Request an Information Literacy (Research Skills) Class

We offer course-related and course-integrated instruction on how to find, evaluate and use information effectively and ethically. To request an information literacy class with a librarian, please complete and submit the form below.

Please note:

  • Please consider scheduling the session close to the time when students will begin their research, as students learn and retain more when they have a need to know.
  • Please ensure that students have received their assignment prior to coming to the library, and that a copy is sent to the librarian assigned to teach the class.
  • Instructors are strongly encouraged to attend each course-related instruction session, as your presence reflects a collaborative teaching environment, motivates the students, and allows for course-specific questions.
  • Bookings are made on a first-come, first-served basis; two weeks notice is preferred.
  • You will be contacted by phone or email, within 3 working days, to confirm your request.
  • Please wait for phone or email confirmation before announcing this session to your class.
(e.g. Geo 1HU3)
(e.g. Urban Economic Geography)
(e.g. M 1:30-2:20, T 2:30-3:20)
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Number of sessions requested
(e.g., dd-mm-yyyy, 1:30-2:20)
(e.g., dd-mm-yyyy, 1:30-2:20)
(e.g. dd-mm-yyyy, 1:30-2:20)
Preferred Location (check one)
*Up to 20 laptops available for student use upon request - please indicate in 'Additional Comments' field if needed and specify quantity.

In this space, please identify no more than 2-3 learning objectives or outcomes for each library session. You may consider the following statement to help formulate your objectives:

"By the end of this session, students should be able to _____ in order to _____."

For example, "By the end of this session, students should be able to perform a search in Omni in order to find relevant books and articles on their research topic."

Is there a research assignment associated with this class request?
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