In an increasingly information-rich, complex research world, students need to learn strategies and skills to identify and use appropriate resources. Library faculty offer a variety of classes and workshops by appointment to help students:
Classes are available to current Marymount students, faculty members, administrators,
- Develop information
Library & Learning Services defines Information Literacy as"The ability to
identify, locate, evaluate, and use information for a specific purpose."
- Identify resources for current course assignments.
- Use major research tools (both print and electronic) by subject area.
- Access resources, such as those on the World Wide Web, which are not based in the
To schedule a library instruction session, please contact Ellen Smith at 703-284-3804, Gail Flatness at 703-526-6845, or fill out
an online request
- Please schedule sessions at least two weeks in advance.
- All reservations are tentative until confirmed by the library faculty member who will teach the class.
- Library instruction sessions are generally taught in the Library Instruction Room on the ground floor of the library. Library instruction session can be held at the Ballston Center, Reston Center, or at an off-campus location for Distance Education classes.
- Instructors are encouraged to attend.
|L&LS Self-Guided Tour
The Library and Learning Services Self-Guided Tour is available for
students in EN101 and those students in EN102 who are new to the University.
|For more detailed information about the Library Instruction Program, please contact Ellen Smith, Instruction Team
Coordinator, at 703-284-3804.