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Information Literacy   Tags: faculty, library services, scholarly research, teaching  

Explore and consider the many ways librarians and library resources can assist your students in creating, accessing, and evaluating information.
Last Updated: Dec 1, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Every Valpo college, department, or program has a subject librarian who works closely with you and with our students. Give us a call, send us an email, invite us to a departmental meeting, or stop by for a coffee break with us at Grinders!

Your subject librarian will:

  • Provide information literacy instruction 

  • Create online research guides 

  • Develop library resource collections to support your teaching and research 

  • Assist with course development

Request support for your classes or make an appointment with your subject librarian to discuss how we can collaborate to best support our students' information literacy education.


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