Library Learning Lab: 1L-214
The mission of the Library Instruction Program is to support CSI’s General Education curriculum goal of information literacy and to provide students with the skills necessary for college and graduate level discipline-specific research. Library faculty seek to encourage the habits of critical inquiry and lifelong learning which are key elements of participation in a global information society.
Request Library Instruction
To schedule a library instruction session, please click on the following link and fill out the Instruction Request form: Library Instruction Reservation Form. Please note we require two weeks notice in order to schedule a Library Instruction session, and Faculty members must be present during the instruction session. For further information, contact Prof. Amy Stempler at 718.982.3917 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Library Instruction Program offers weekly “Introduction to the Library’s Resources and Services” workshops in lieu of individual instruction sessions for all introductory level courses, including ENG 111, SKO 100, and SPD 101.
Workshops introduce students to conducting research at the CSI Library. At the end of the workshop students will be able to:
- Identify library services
- Think critically about information sources
- Find books
- Find articles using online databases
- Learn about plagiarism and citation styles
Please see the link below for the workshop schedule and registration process.