Library Instruction

From online videos and tutorials to library instruction sessions, the librarians at Montgomery College have many ways to support your students and instruction.

The support options described below allow us to build information literacy skills in your students. “Information literacy is the set of integrated abilities encompassing the reflective discovery of information, the understanding of how information is produced and valued, and the use of information in creating new knowledge and participating ethically in communities of learning." (Framework for Information Literacy, Introductionnew window)

Existing Library Instruction Resources

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Current Library Course Pages
Library course pages are custom online guides developed by MC librarians to support a specific course. Course pages are automatically embedded in your Blackboard course.
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Existing Library Tutorials

Our online tutorials and quizzes align with the College's Information LIteracy Rubric and cover a variety of topics like doing research, academic integrity, and citing sources.

Request Library Instruction Support

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Request an Instruction Session
Faculty from all campuses and distance education may request an in-class library instruction session for their students.
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Request New Tutorials, Videos, or Course Pages
Librarians can create a customized tutorial, video, or course page to support a research assignment or class. 
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Design an Assignment with a Librarian
Librarians can work with you to create or modify an assignment for your class.
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