Overwhelming? Unmanageable? It might be, were it not for the very learnable set of skills known as information literacy (IL). IL is the key--particularly for today's students--to making effective use of available information for the purpose at hand.
How can TWU faculty members arrange information literacy skills training for their students? Lecture and hands-on research instruction is available through the TWU Libraries on the Denton, Dallas and Houston campuses. Faculty members can request library workshops, held in the classroom or at the library and tailored to a course’s specific research requirements, by filling out a Faculty Form for Class Instruction or by contacting the libraries at email@example.com.
The TWU Libraries stand ready to help your students build the foundation of research skills they need to succeed in today's classroom. For questions or more information, reach us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 940-898-3702.
We look forward to hearing from you.