A Foothill librarian would be happy to provide instruction to your students via Zoom in the use of our online resources and on how to develop effective research strategies. Your students will learn how to find, use, evaluate, and understand the legal implications of the use of information for class assignments and lifelong learning. To schedule please fill out the following form http://libguides.foothill.edu/instructionrequest
LibGuides are course or subject specific resources created by Foothill College librarians to assist faculty and students. Guides provide direct access to relevant library materials and web resources for course and project work. A link to a LibGuide can be placed directly on a course page and is an option for providing instruction on library resources to online learners. Our Off-Campus Library Services LibGuide is a great starting point for students doing research remotely.
Librarians can also develop a handout specific to your class’s needs that can be tailored to your specific course and research assignment contact your library liaison to request.
To complement the library's on-campus instruction program, the library now offers Information Literacy Modules in Canvas which faculty are welcome to import into their online course. There are currently 5 modules that can be imported: General, Biology & Allied Health, Social Sciences, Fine Arts, and Counseling. Each module includes information on how to develop a research topic, how to find reliable resources, and how to cite and avoid plagiarism. Foothill faculty can find the modules be visiting this link:
View our recorded presentation from Spring Flex 2020 on options for integrating library instruction into your online course.
Films on Demand provides unlimited, 24/7 streaming access to more than 30,000 high quality education videos from a variety of producers that can be embedded into any Canvas module. Find videos on information literacy and doing research:
PrepSTEP is a dynamic online learning platform that includes information literacy tutorials. Note: To access PrepSTEP students need to create an account.