Information Literacy Instruction for Online Learning
Librarians are ready to help by teaching online classes on:
-Exploring databases and catalogs
-The research process and research strategies
-Citation styles, including APA, ASA, CSE/CBE, MLA and Chicago Styles
-Zotero and Endnote
-Avoiding plagiarism and Turnitin
-Finding government information
-Finding primary sources and archival materials
Other information literacy topics and ideas are always open for discussion with the library faculty.
The Gregg-Graniteville Library has a selection of video tutorials and existing instruction resources available to support online learning. These resources range from style-specific citation support to troubleshooting off-campus logins.
Feel free to link to individual resources in your course materials. If you have any special tutorial requests, please contact Brandy Horne (Brandyh@usca.edu).
Below is a selection of recommended library tutorials and tutorial resources:
-Include direct links to library resources in your syllabus or Blackboard course.
-Talk with a librarian about library resource recommendations for your online classes.
-Learn about online library resources via the Gregg-Graniteville Library (ebooks, streaming videos, databases, etc.).
-Refresh your knowledge of copyright and online materials.