Course-Integrated Library Instruction at Milne Library.
This is an example a concise little post on an academic library website that serves as a model for an academic or school librarian concerned about sharing their services with professors and teachers. The most helpful part is making a bullet list of the steps for creating course-integrated library instruction:
“WHAT LIBRARIANS DO”
- “Meet with professors to discuss learning goals and objectives of a chosen course”
- “Develop assignments that promote greater understanding of course content through improved research practice”
- “Plan a semester schedule with the teaching faculty to appropriately time assignments for maximum learning potential”
- “Offer suggestions for collaborative teaching tools and methods to enhance the classroom experience”
- “Grade research-based assignments”
- “Provide evaluative feedback to students”
- “Assess student research skills through informal and formal means”
- “Meet with individual students or small groups outside of class”
(List quoted from above website)
Another helpful aspect is to list the success stories! This is a nice community building touch!