Library Instruction Program

Faculty librarians teach information literacy to students and faculty in a variety of ways in support of campus instructional programs.  These efforts integrate research skills into the curriculum of General Education, graduate programs, and other programs as necessary, contributing to student success, persistence, time to graduation, graduation rates, and lifelong learning after graduation.

Program Mission Statement

The University Library’s Instruction Program supports the University’s educational mission and prepares lifelong learners by partnering with academic programs to develop students' information literacy skills in a highly dynamic research environment.

Program Goals

The Library’s Instruction Program goals are to:

  • Maintain a dynamic and multi-faceted program that reaches every CSU Stanislaus student,

  • Ensure that all Stanislaus students graduate with college-level information literacy skills by collaborating with faculty,

  • Engage with students to foster a passion for lifelong learning, and,

  • Assess for continuing improvement.

Submitted by 3/2/12 by AH/TH. Approved 3/9/12 by library faculty.