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Information Literacy for Faculty at Clermont

Overview of the Clermont College Library's information literacy and instruction program.

Guidelines for Faculty Requesting Asynchronous Support

Asynchronous information literacy support can take many forms. It is ideal for online learning formats and for those that may not have time in their schedule to provide synchronous library instruction to students with upcoming research assignments. Examples include:

  • Embed a librarian in a Canvas discussion board connected to research assignment(s)
  • Librarian-created Canvas module and/or Page with links to resources (e.g., videos, worksheets, databases) customized to your research assignment(s) that will support student research
  • Partner with a librarian to develop a research assignment that facilitates a scaffolded approach and ensures resource availability
  • Request a course-specific research guide
  • Receive assistance embedding library content and resources

Discuss your goals with the appropriate liaison as early as possible. Embedding existing online resources happens quickly, but the creation of new or targeted content can be a lengthy process.

All library content follows the University of Cincinnati's accessibility policies.

Library Liaison

Your library liaison will likely be the librarian participating in instruction. Library liaisons are based on your Clermont College Department:

  • Business, Law, & Technology: Catie Carlson
  • English, Languages, & Fine Arts: Kathy Ladell
  • Math, Computers. Geology & Physics: Kathy Ladell
  • Science & Health: Kathy Ladell
  • Social Sciences: Catie Carlson

Feel free to contact your liaison for more information about information literacy at Clermont College.

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