Undergraduate students receive a sequence of research instruction in information literacy as part of Christ at the Core, the college’s general education program. The specific content and outcomes of the program have been developed based on the Framework for Information Literacy. In addition, library faculty are available to support other courses.
|First-year seminar||Introductory presentation of key material that is foundational to the students’ undergraduate program. Learn more||Delivered via an online module outside of class time.|
|Advanced seminar||Focus on deepening and applying one’s learning. Includes skills and resources necessary for the integration of faith and learning.
Learning is applied to a research project that meets course outcomes. Learn more
|Delivered via an online module outside of class time.|
|Course in the major, or department-specific instruction||Focus on major-specific skills and resources.
Learning is applied to a research project that meets course/major outcomes. Learn more
|Embedded in the major as determined by department in consultation with subject librarians.|
|Capstone experience||Focus on viewing oneself as a contributor to the discipline or profession. Learn more||As determined by department and library faculty in consultation.|