Information literacy lesson plan for librarians
The library is most useful if users understand how to take advantage of its collection and services, so a critical part of a librarian’s mission is to teach information literacy to patrons.
But where to start?
To help with the challenge of finding quality resources for teaching and learning, this lesson plan offers a customizable teaching structure and an associated tool, the Concept Map. Both new and experienced librarians alike can utilize this plan to support information literacy sessions for undergraduate students.
View this lesson plan to discover:
- An outline for introducing the library and explaining the research process
- Tips on customizing the plan for your user’s needs
- A demonstration of how to use and explore the Concept Map, including detailed slides Read the lesson plan