The goal of library instruction is to graduate information-literate students. An information literate student is able to:
OU 101: Basic orientation to library services and resources for first-year students (one class period).
EN 112: Tailored instruction on defining research topics, finding relevant sources, understanding types of information for academic writing, evaluating sources, and preventing plagiarism.
UPPER DIVISION: Librarians and faculty members work together to set goals for class sessions, typically in one particular class per major to incorporate discipline-specific information literacy goals. Students gain the necessary skills to carry over to other classes within the major.
GRADUATE: Librarians and graduate faculty select the most appropriate time in the graduate program for this instruction.
ADULT & CONTINUING EDUCATION: A workshop is presented as part of the LEAP Orientation.