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Learn how to locate, evaluate and use the library’s print and non-print resources; how to access resources available on campus and around the world. Contact a librarian regarding individual or group instruction.
- OU 101: Basic orientation to library services and resources for freshman students (one class period).
- EN 112: Tailored instruction on defining research topics, finding relevant sources, understanding types of information for academic writing, evaluating sources, preventing plagiarism (preferably 2 class sessions)
- UPPER DIVISION – Librarians and faculty member set goals for class session. Librarians and discipline faculty select a particular class in a major to incorporate discipline-specific information competence goals. Students gain the necessary skills to carry over to other classes within the major.
- GRADUATE/LEAP – Librarians and faculty member set goals for class session. Librarians and faculty select the most appropriate course in the program for this instruction.