The Instruction team is responsible for coordinating general library instruction programs to teach users how to locate, use, and think critically about information resources. The team also supports teaching and assessment for library instructors in order to assist them in documenting the relationship between library instruction and student success.
Team responsibilities include:
- Planning, implementing, and assessing general instruction programs such library workshops and boot camps
- Creating and assessing CU 1000 online tutorials
- Supporting LibGuides & the creation of other instructional tools
- Coordinating instruction-related professional development
- Providing regular communication with the Public Information Coordinator to publicize instruction initiatives
- Providing regular updates on instruction programs to I&RS and LLT
Anne – Team Lead
Works with the University Assessment Committee to ensure that library instruction is documented in Campus Labs (campus assessment software). Serves as an Ad Hoc member of the Library Curriculum Committee and the primary contact for the Office of Teaching Innovation and effectiveness to provide instruction support of librarians and library staff. Serves as the contact for library instruction for all library branches.
Provides leadership for freshmen and transfer orientations. Supports instruction initiatives by supervising student workers and interns. Coordinates all library swag and give aways.
Serves as a representative to Public Services Council in order to maintain the library FAQ as an instruction tool and provides updates at this meeting about instruction activities. Primary contact for other service points on campus who work with undergraduate students including the Writing Center, ASC, Bridge Students, etc. Coordinates the ENGL 1030 instruction programming.
Serves as a contact for CCIT and GIS faculty and staff to provide technology support and instruction to all students, faculty and staff. Reports back to instruction team about activities.