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Library Instruction

The mission of the Library’s instruction program is to teach information competencies to ensure the effective use of those resources in our academic programs and to enable the pursuit of lifelong learning.

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Lemieux Library’s Instructional Mission

Engage learners in the effective evaluation and use of informational and scholarly resources in our academic programs by teaching skills for lifelong information literacy.

Requesting Instruction from a Librarian

Librarians offer instruction in face-to-face, online and hybrid formats. To set up a session please do one of the following:

  • Contact the subject librarian for your department/liaison area OR
  • Fill out our Instruction Request form below. It will be forwarded to the appropriate librarian and they will contact you.

We look forward to working with you!

Lemieux Library Student Learning Outcomes

Students should be able to:                                        

  • Ask informed questions in order to encounter the world
  • Develop diverse research skills in order to navigate disciplinary information landscapes
  • Use information purposefully in order to produce meaningful work in a variety of contexts
  • Be self-reflective in the use of information in order to develop their meaning and purpose in, and relationship to, the world
  • Critically engage with information in contexts of justice and ethical action

Adapted from:
Seattle University Undergraduate Learning Objectives
Association of College and Research Libraries “Framework for Information Literacy for Higher