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For further information in regards to library instruction at the Elsner Library, please contact Marjorie Leta .
For further information in regards to library instruction at the Red Mountain Library, please contact Marie Brown.
Library Instruction at MCC
The MCC Libraries have a comprehensive Library Instruction Program which is a major component of the Information Literacy Program. Library instruction is defined as the education of library users to become effective information retrievers and consumers. MCC Library faculty are available to provide library instruction for any course offered at MCC Southern & Dobson, Red Mountain, extended campuses and on site for Dual Enrollment courses. The library faculty are flexible and will tailor the instruction sessions to meet the needs of specific courses.
We offer the following types of library instruction:
General library orientation - General library orientation is a great beginner library instruction that exposes students to library services and resources. This instruction is great for developmental education courses and students that are new to MCC.
Multiple Session Library Instruction - Multiple session library instructions are two or more library instructions that are scheduled consecutively or over the course of a semester. These instructions initially expose students to general library resources then take students into more in-depth library resources, databases and research strategies through each instruction. This format is great for ENG101 and ENG102 classes or any course with a writing or research component.
Assignment Specific Library Instruction - Assignment specific library instruction focuses a scheduled library instruction around your class assignment. The librarian will work with the students to identify the best library resources (books, ebooks, databases, etc.) for a given assignment.
Online Library Instruction - Online library instruction is geared towards e-learning students. There are multiple ways we can reach your online students for library instruction. Instructors can request a synchronous library instruction for their students, tutorials can be embedded within your course or we are happy to work with you to create a custom online library instruction utilizing a variety of online applications.
Librarians also develop online research guides and instructional materials designed to assist students and faculty in using the library. Upon request, we can create subject specific instructional materials and online research guides that directly relate to library instruction.