The Research Skills Toolbox was conceived as a way to provide library instruction when there is a perceived need but devoting class time to it is just not practical; it is designed to be flexible in meeting the needs of faculty and students. At this session, we’ll introduce you to our Research Skills Toolbox, explain how we envision it being used, and listen to your input on how we can improve it. If you are interested in “flipping” your instructional model to provide lectures and quizzes outside of classroom time or if you are faced with students with widely differing levels of information literacy, we hope that the toolbox will work for you.
Tuesday, February 11th
11 am- 1 pm
3rd Floor Faculty Commons Space
Glickman Family Library, USM Portland Campus
- 11:00 a.m. to 11:45pm: Intro to the Research Skills Toolbox
- 11:45 to 12:00: Question and reactions
- 12:00 -1:00: Informal discussion focused around the question: “What do you and your students need from library instruction?”
This event will not be recorded.
Head of Reference and the Information Literacy Program
Bill Grubb has a B.S. in Journalism from Southern Illinois University and an M.L.I.S. from University of Kentucky. He came to USM in 2007, following work in academic libraries in Illinois and West Virginia. Learn more.
USM Reference Librarians with M.L.S. degrees will also be joining the presentation.
Keep the Conversation Going:
For more information or to continue the dialog, contact Bill Grubb / 780-4672.