Information Literacy @ Reynolds

Are you tired of seeing students cite Wikipedia in their papers?  Do you want students to understand how to:

  • locate information from reliable sources
  • evaluate the credibility of sources
  • or how to cite sources correctly

If so, Reynolds librarians are ready to assist you!  We encourage you to contact the Reynolds librarians for more information on our information literacy program options. We are more than happy to collaborate with you in incorporating information literacy into your classes and look forward to working with you:

  • Downtown Campus: 523-5333
  • Goochland Campus: 523-5419
  • Parham Road Campus: 523-5329

To request library instruction, use our online request form.  To access the request form for the Downtown, Parham Road, or Goochland Campus, click on Library Instruction Request  (http://libguides.reynolds.edu/request) from the Library Services menu on the Reynolds Library home page

request

Or use the links to each campus request form below:

The video below provides an overview of our information literacy program options as it explains what information literacy and how it ties into general education core competencies and assessment.

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