Your students and information literacy
The Library can offer your students tuition in information literacy skills at all levels, anything from simple inductions to advanced workshops for final year students and postgraduates.
We are very flexible in our provision of information literacy training. Our sessions can be tailored to the specific needs of your course and range from small-group tutorials to larger groups of up to 50 in the Library (or even larger groups using pooled spaces outside the Library). We are happy to discuss anything from a 10 minute welcome in Induction Week to a 3 hour pre-dissertation workshop.
To arrange information skills tuition for your students please contact your Faculty Librarian to discuss what we can provide.
Information literacy and you
Information literacy isn't just for your students. Library resources and the interfaces to our electronic databases are constantly changing or being updated. And when there are so many other important things competing for your attention it's easy to feel left behind. If you would like to take the time to explore whether there is anything new of interest to you, why not contact your Faculty Librarian to arrange a one-to-one session - either virtual or face-to-face. Your Faculty Librarian or Assistant Faculty Librarian will come to your office at a mutually convenient time and show you the resources we have to offer. They will also share with you tips for getting better results from your information searches and for organizing those results for future reference, including demonstrating the use of the reference management software packages.
Information literacy webpages for students
We have developed a suite of webpages to guide students through the Information Literacy Cycle from planning their assignments to referencing their sources.