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McFarlin Library Instructional Services: Instruction Services Program

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WELCOME to the Instructional Services Program!  

This guide will explain the various Levels of Instruction that we provide for our students and faculty.

Level 1 - Library Orientation

Description - 1001 First Year College Experience classes. Library tour/game.

Objective - To have the students become acquainted with our building and library staff. Using the Library Instagram account, students move through the building capturing a variety of photographs of the library spaces. During this process, they also see friendly faces and become comfortable asking questions. 

Assessment - A quick online assessment game is played at the end of the session.

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Level 2 - ENG 1004 and 1033 Instruction

Description - ENG 1004 and ENG 1033 Instruction for beginning research.

Objective - ENG 1004 students are guided through library resources and services through a game called "The Amazing Library Race".  They are given introductory instruction and a worksheet to take around the library in groups. They are responsible for finding the answers both physically in the building, and online through the website.

Assessment - Question and answer sheets are turned in to the librarian.

 

Objective - ENG 1033 (Embedded Librarian) students receive instruction on the Research Process. They first complete an ENG 1033 LibGuide with worksheet on their own in a flipped classroom style.  During the semester, a librarian makes two short visits to your classroom to discuss various parts of the Research Process with the students.  A third visit is made to the Library Computer Lab, where students receive additional instruction time, as well as research time. 

Assessment - LibGuide with Worksheet as well as Reflective Essays generated by the professor.

Level 3 - ENG 3003 and other Upper Level classes Instruction

Objective - The students of ENG 3003 (Writing for the Professions) and other upper level classes receive library instruction which focuses on keyword searching, finding appropriate resources for their professions and research papers. Google Scholar and Zotero can be added upon request.

 

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Lisa Grimes
Contact:
McFarlin Library
The University of Tulsa
2933 E. 6th St.
Tulsa, OK 74104-3123
(918) 631-5401
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