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Curious about what Asynchronous Library Instruction could look like for you? Here's some ideas!
- Guided research tutorials + assessments
- Non-credit bearing assignments/worksheets (Will not be collected, but encouraged)
- Video tutorials
Synchronous Instruction Examples
Traditional Synchronous Library Instruction is highly customizable to each individual course. See examples of lesson plans below to spark some ideas of what Synchronous Library Instruction could look like for your class!
- In-Class Interactive Tutorials
- In-Class Discussion & Activities
Library Instruction Requests
The Park University Library offers library research instruction opportunities for members of the Park community.
Librarians can help students generate research topics and keywords, find and evaluate sources, and review citation basics. Research instruction is most effective when students are engaged in a learning partnership between librarians and their instructors.
Subjects: Art / Graphic Design / Interior Design
, Communication & Journalism
, Computer Science & Information Systems
, English & Literature
, Liberal Education
, Political Science & Public Administration
, Social Work
, Sports & Exercise Science
Park University Library
8700 NW River Park Drive, Box 61 - Parkville, MO - 64152
Phone: (816) 584-6285
Toll-free: (800) 270-4347