Library Instruction is or involves a continuum partnership between classroom and library faculty. The Instruction Program's main objective is to provide opportunities for introducing users to the facilities, organization, resources, and services or Lovejoy Library. The Instruction Program further facilitates user-centered learning through various emerging technologies by assisting in locating, retrieving, evaluating, and using information resources.
The Information Literacy Competency Standards promote the framework for program development and instructional goals and objectives. Additional information is available about Lovejoy Library's Information Literacy Competencies for Students.
Instruction Program Information and Policies | Goals and Objectives | ILAC | Library Instruction Calendar | Workshops (Open Sessions) | High School Outreach | Graduate Assistantships
Information Literacy Process
Defining an Information Need | Locating and Accessing Information | Evaluating Information | Using Information Ethically | Assessment
Guides and Tutorials
Online Tutorials | Research Guides | How Do I ... ? | Instruction Session Handouts | Other Forms
Citation Styles (APA, MLA, and Turabian) | Research Checklist | Research Consultation | Writing Center | Speech Communication Center
SIUE Faculty | SIUE Students (class-specific) | Lovejoy Library Faculty