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Online Library Instruction: Instruction Choices!

Library Instruction Options for Your Students!

As an HCC instructor, you have a variety of methods and resources to take advantage of when library/information literacy needs arise.

**All New** Library Instruction Webinars

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***ALL NEW WEBINARS***
Our latest instructional offering is an exciting one! A team of HCC Librarians is now facilitating live online instruction webinars for your students!
Several different sessions are currently offered throughout the semester -  topics may include, General Career Research, Fake News, MLA, APA, and Chicago Style Help and Using HCC Library Databases to Find Journal Articles and more. Each one-time session lasts about 60 to 90 minutes and is a chance for your students to get to know the HCC libraries and librarians. Attendance is taken and we can notify you of a student's attendance if this information is given at registration.
Just click on the Schedule & Registration tab on this guide for more information. 
 
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Library Instruction for Your Class

We can meet with your class in-person or virtually! You can schedule an instruction session by submitting the Instruction Request form linked by each library location at - https://library.hccs.edu/locations 

Just fill out the circled form beneath your library location as shown below -

Alief Hayes Instruction Form

Begin Research

Begin Research is a set of online tutorials that students can work through in order to gain library and information literacy skills. The modules contain self-check progress quizzes and exercises and a scored, 5-question Exit Quiz. If a student includes instructor name when registering for the Exit Quiz and scores an 80% or above, that instructor will receive an email with the student's name and completion information.

Additionally, there is a version of Begin Research that integrates with Canvas. You can read more about this Canvas Commons module by clicking here.  You can see other library tutorials on the topic of plagiarism linked in this LibGuide

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