Many students encounter challenges associated with the complex work of college-level research. Currently, there is not a required class in the General Education curriculum that insures that students will develop these critical abilities in their first years. Library faculty work with disciplinary faculty to integrate information literacy across their programs of study to insure that students succeed academically and as lifelong learners post graduation.
The Halle Library strives to develop students’ skills in finding, evaluating, and effectively using information through a variety of instructional services. Librarians also offer these opportunities for collaboration to departmental faculty:
Faculty should contact the subject specialist librarian for their department or Suzanne Gray, Information Literacy Librarian (734.487.2517 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to arrange course-related library instruction. Please schedule class sessions well in advance to have a better chance of getting desired dates and times.
Halle Library, 955 W. Circle Dr, Ypsilanti MI, USA 48197 Phone:734.487.0020