Information Literacy @ Metro

Library research/information literacy sessions for classes are available 7 days a week, including evenings and weekends, by appointment.  These sessions can be customized to respond to faculty requests and course assignments, etc. Although these sessions are generally offered at the Library, librarians can be scheduled to come to your on-campus or ITV classroom.

In addition to individualized sessions, several series of research clinics -- Library Basics, Getting to Know the FDU Online Library, Getting to Know Your Library Databases, Career Research at the Library, and Library Research Clinics on specific subject areas -- are being offered on a walk-in basis at the Library this semester.  One-on-one sessions may be scheduled with a Giovatto librarian by appointment ahead of time only. Please call (201) 692-2100.

Lastly, a series of Online Library Research Guides has been developed by the Giovatto reference librarians.

 


 

Is an Information Literacy Session Right for You?

 

If you are a faculty member and would like your class to learn more about library research, an information literacy session can be developed specifically for your students.

If you are a faculty or staff member working on a research project, a group or one-on-one session may be right for you.

If you are a student working on a research project or interested in improving your research skills, a one-on-one session can provide individualized research assistance and/or instruction for you.


 

To Arrange for an Information Literacy Session

 

If you would like to arrange for an Information Literacy session for your class, your group, or for yourself, please fill out the

Library Instruction Request Form.