Faculty interested in providing students with guidance on finding, accessing and incorporating research into their course assignments can find support from the Library.
- Subject librarians who can collaborate with you to develop assignments that meet the needs of the course and build information skills needed for students to become successful not only in the coursework, but in their daily lives.
- Support in co-developing workshops and tutorials to provide direct assistance to students at the point of need
- Subject-specific and general web guides and resources to support flexible learning when and where the students need it
- The Information Literacy Toolkit for Faculty and Instructors, created in partnership with UBC librarians, faculty members, and students, was developed to support the creation of research assignments and instruction that address students’ information literacy levels and needs. Explore it now!
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