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.
For the duration of the COVID-19 emergency, we will be offering library instruction primarily online. Here are our main options:
We create all of our materials specifically for the classes we work with, taking into account your intended course and assignment outcomes, our own library instruction outcomes, and the needs of the students depending on their year and area of study. We work in partnership with Disability Access and EITA to make sure that our material is accessible for you and your students.
Foley Center Library has three instruction classrooms on the main floor of the library:
To request an instruction session, please click the button above or contact the Library Instruction Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 509-313-3829.
While not available as a location for regular classes, departments outside the library may schedule a lab for single uses such as a one-time class, meetings, or workshops at the discretion of the Library Instruction Coordinator.
Please note: library instruction labs will be closed for the duration of the 2020-21 school year, due to social distancing requirements on campus.