To see the content of these guides, please consult the Information skills portfolio.
When selecting particular content to include in your curriculum, keep the learning goals of your lessons and overall course in mind. Which information skills does the student need to do the assignments and reach the learning goals? Be thorough when listing these skills and also include the skills you assume students already have (such as 'understanding the assignment'). Even though students are familiar with a skill they might appreciate the opportunity for revision to raise their confidence in applying it. Also consider the possible diversity in proficiency of students.
Situations you might encounter include:
In case you feel your students need extra support by practicing these skills in a hands-on training, the library still provides customized training sessions. For more information please consult the Hands-on workshops page.
Need more information about which skills to use?
Please contact drs. Frea Haandrikman, one of our faculty liaisons at the University Library and member of the Information Skills Team.