From left: Kelly Jenks, Caitlin Bagley, Linda Pierce, Theresa Kappus, Anthony Tardiff, David Kingma, Stephanie Plowman, Kristy Nowak, John Spencer, Joanne Percy.
Foley Center Library has two instruction labs, one on the Main Floor and one on the Lower Level.
Primary Purpose of the Library Instruction Labs: The primary purpose of the library instruction labs is for information literacy instruction or workshops taught by a librarian. When the labs are not in use for a library class or workshop, they are available for use by Gonzaga students for study and research.
Non-Library use of the Lower Level Lab: Library instruction labs are not available as a location for regular classes. However, other departments may schedule the Lower Level Lab for a class or workshop at the discretion of the Library Instruction Coordinator.
Instruction Labs Food Policy: The Food Policy for the library applies to the instruction labs. Covered beverages and snack foods are permitted. Hot, messy, or smelly food is not allowed.
To request a library instruction session, please fill out this form.
To inquire about use of the Lower Level Lab for purposes other than library instruction, email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please describe the purpose of the event, the desired date and time, and the number of people expected.
Library Instruction Mission Statement
The goal of the instruction team is to develop information competence in our students, preparing them to be life-long learners able to contribute to intellectual and social progress.
The library instruction team is here to help students and faculty navigate the world of information literacy. See our contact info to schedule an instruction session.