The goal of library instruction at LCC is to provide information literacy instruction in collaboration with the LCC teaching faculty so that students can successfully complete specific course assignments. Students should also be able to transfer information literacy skills to other academic and personal information seeking situations. Instruction librarians use the best practices of pedagogy to develop and assess student learning outcomes as well as incorporate techniques of active learning, problem based learning and group work when appropriate.
Upon successful completion of the library instruction session students should be able to:
These learning outcomes are based on specific course assignments and the ACRL Framework for Information Literacy in Higher Education.