Information for Course Instructors

Students are more computer literate than ever. But just because they know how to use a computer to search the Internet doesn’t mean they’re equipped with all the skills they need to be competent researchers. If you expect your students to write a research paper you will save them needless frustration by inviting a librarian to lead a workshop or deliver a guest lecture in your course.

Let’s Collaborate

How librarians and course instructors can work together to help students reach their academic goals

Active Learning & Information Literacy

Why students who are information literate are more likely to become truly engaged

Booking a Class . . .

What you need to know and who to contact

Also of Note . . .

Online Tutorials & Guides for your Students

If you don’t have time for a guest lecturer or workshop these will be helpful

Drop-in Workshops Available to your Students

Offered at the beginning of the Fall and Winter term

Assignment Consultation

Creating a library skills assignment? Collaborate with our librarians to ensure it is up-to-date

Association of College & Research Libraries Resources

Find out more about Information Literacy as a core academic comptency

The Learning Commons Concept

York University Libraries, together with other student learning services on campus, are currently exploring the potential for development of a Learning Commons.  This web site is designed to provide a rich range of information resources pertaining to the Learning Commons concept.