LITS liaisons are experts in digital and information literacy. They want to partner with you to address the library and technology instruction needs of your courses.
LITS liaisons collaborate with faculty on information literacy instruction for almost every first-year seminar and want to work with you to develop an instruction session or sessions that meets your course learning goals. Past topics of library and technology instruction have included:
- developing effective research strategies and skills,
- locating and identifying scholarly materials,
- identifying and working with primary sources, including close review of rare book and special collection materials,
- designing and creating eportfolios,
- creating audio or video podcasts,
- multimedia narrative and digital storytelling,
- editing and producing video, audio or images,
- data analysis using Excel or SPSS,
- using mapping tools to visualize data, and
- using wikis for collaborative writing.
Read about more partnerships between LITS liaisons and faculty at LITS collaborations.
If you are still in the beginning stages of building an assignment, all the better. Liaisons will happily sit down and talk through possibilities. Please contact your early in the planning stages for the best results.