Fogler Library Newsletter 8/15/2023

In This Issue:

  • Information Literacy Instruction Support
  • Featured Resource: Academic Video Online

Information Literacy Instruction Support

If you are teaching a class and want your students to find, evaluate, and cite information to complete assignments, you can reach out to Fogler Library’s Subject Librarians in our Research & Instruction Department. Every academic area has an assigned Subject Librarian, and we can work with you to create web-based (and/or video-based) instruction materials, and can also come into your class to provide direct instruction (either in-person or online). Contact your Subject Librarian to discuss these possibilities.

Featured Resource: Academic Video Online

Academic Video Online is a comprehensive video subscription, spanning a wide range of subject areas and publishers, and curated specifically for the educational experience.

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