Instruction Sessions are Intentionally Designed

The library develops intentional instruction sessions with multiple guiding documents in mind, including the ACRL Information Literacy Framework for Higher Education, and the Universal Design for Learning (UDL) Guidlines for Instruction to help design accessible instruction experiences. 

If you are looking for information on Library Tours, see our online guide for library tours.  

You can also collaborate with librarians in the following ways:

  • Integrate a librarian into your course to support student information needs.

  • Collaborate on effective information literacy instruction and/or assessment.

  • Get recommendations on materials to enhance your course: databases, electronic books, digital content (e.g. streaming video), print materials, etc.

  • Develop a tutorial, research guide, or other instructional tool for your students.            

  • Locate resources for your own research.

  • Librarians understand the value of active learning for students to process and apply what we teach. Please give us the time and space to work with your students beyond lecture and demonstration so they have deeper learning of information literacy and better outcomes in their coursework.
  • For more information on available services, see the MSU Library Service for Faculty guide.