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Faculty Resources for Rhetorical Arts

When Should I Request Library Instruction?

If you are following the Common Syllabus then the best time to request library instruction is sometime during week 2-10.  Library instruction usually takes a whole class period (50-60 minutes depending on the length of your class).

Why do I have to bring my class to the library for instruction?

Short Answer:  It's required!

Long Answer:  The course criteria for Rhetorical Arts was voted on and approved by LMU faculty.  The course criteria for Rhetorical Arts states, "Assign at least 10% of the final course grade on the basis of information literacy with a librarian-led workshop and one or more course-integrated assignments."

Rhetorical Arts Criteria 2012    

https://admin.lmu.edu/media/lmuacademics/universitycorecurriculumfacultyresources/docs-pdfs/Rhetorical%20Arts%20defining%20characteristics.pdf

 

Questions? Comments? Contact Elisa Slater Acosta, Reference & Instruction Librarian for Education (and current Liaison to the Rhetorical Arts Program) at elisa.acosta@lmu.edu.

Nicole Murph, Reference Assistant, at nicole.murph@lmu.edu