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VALE - Virtual Academic Library Environment
Library Instruction and Information Literacy: Information for Faculty and Staff
Face-to-Face or Synchronous Instruction

We can design and deliver basic or advanced classes in your subject area with your students. The most successful classes on any level are tailored to your particular assignments and curriculum.

A basic class might cover many of these items:

  • Overview of the library system
  • Getting a library barcode and pin number
  • Reserve and Circulation policies
  • Getting materials from libraries within and outside Rutgers
  • Using the library catalog (IRIS)
  • Indexes
  • Electronic resources
  • Evaluating information sources

A more advanced class might include the following:

  • Focus a topic
  • Using the library catalog
  • Using indexes in your field
  • Navigating subject-specific types of information or publications
  • Evaluating information sources

For further information about our instruction program and what we can do for you, please contact your campus instruction coordinator or a subject specialist.

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