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Library Instruction: Schedule a Library Class: What do students say?

This guide helps faculty schedule library instruction, outlines our instruction philosophy, links to our learning outcomes tasks and results, and provides basic instruction program statistics.

Spring 2017 pie charts from student Wrap Up form

93.52% of students Strongly Agreed or Agreed that they

created a flexible search strategy for their topic during the library class:

94.41% of students Strongly Agreed of Agreed that they found

relevant academic sources for their topic during the library class

96.82% of students Strongly Agreed or Agreed that the library class will

help them complete their research for their topic

70.65% of students correctly answered the following:

Q: I'm researching the topic of addiction, but I'm not sure where to start. What should I probably do first?

78.08% of students correctly answered the following:

Q: I'm looking for sources on how college students are addicted to apps like facebook and instagram. I typed in the phrase "internet addicts" and found over 10,000 hits! Which search below would help me narrow my search to find the most relevant hits?

67.28% of students correctly answered the following:

Q: If I wanted to expand my search to find alternate endings of the keyword "addiction," which strategy would work best?

 

Students Say...

Real student comments from library instruction evaluation forms!

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