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Library Instruction Program

Provides more information for Wichita State University teaching faculty and instructors about critical thinking, information and digital literacies, and library instruction.

Options for Library Instruction

WSU faculty and instructors are invited to request  library instruction sessions for their classes. We will tailor session to the needs of your students. You may request a library instruction session by contacting your liaison librarian, also referred to as a subject librarian.. 

Please request your session at least one week (seven days) before your preferred date in order to allow the librarian sufficient time for planning a class based on your session objectives. Requests made less than one week (seven days) in advance of the session will be honored at the discretion of the librarian, but cannot be guaranteed. Thank you.

Faculty and instructors can encourage student attendance at library workshops and even offer extra credit for students that attend a workshop*. Library workshops cover topics specifically designed to increase students' digital and information literacy skills. For more about digital literacy, please click on the link below. Find a list of the current semester's workshops below, or by viewing the Library Events Calendar.

*Certificates of attendance are available upon request. Please contact Kathy Delker, Coordinator of Library Instructional Services, for more details.

To schedule a library tour or orientation, contact Angela Paul, Outreach Librarian, at angela.paul@wichita.edu or at 316-978-5084.

High school instructors are invited to schedule an instruction session to teach their students about library resources and research skills. Please contact Angela Paul at angela.paul@wichita.edu or at 978-5084 or fill out a request form.

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