The David O. McKay Library offers information literacy instruction in developing the skills needed to locate, analyze, and evaluate information. Our classroom in the McKay Library can accomodate classes with a maximum of 30 students. For larger classes, a librarian can come to your classroom.
REQUEST LIBRARY INSTRUCTION
Students can register for a library seminar at library.byui.edu/orientations.
In addition to face-to-face instruction, we can support your on-campus, online, or blended class through a variety of methods. If you would help with any of the following services, please contact your Subject Librarian.
Research Guides provide links to selected library sources, videos, and other databases for a specific class or subject area.
Request a tutorial for your students that instructs them on steps in the research process or library resources.
Embedded Course Chat Widget
Have the library chat widget embedded in your course and give students direct access to library help without leaving the course.
Meet with a Librarian
Your students can make individual or group appointments with a librarian to help them develop a search strategy, choose the best databases, locate both popular and scholarly or peer-reviewed sources, and give them search tips.
The Library's full Information Literacy Instruction Statement can be found at http://library.byui.edu/policies#information-literacy-instruction