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Services for Faculty: Instructional Support

Learn how the MJC Librarians can partner with you to teach our students information literacy.

Instruction Options for Online Classes

Ever wondered how to get a librarian to visit your online class? We have several options for you:

  • We can add an Embedded Librarian to your online class so that we can work directly with your off-campus students. Basically, this means that you will have your own class librarian.
  • You can include this Library Virtual Tour in your classes. You'll find a copy in the Canvas Commons.
  • We can embed research guides and resources directly into your online or hybrid class. Simply review our list of Research Guides and choose one that will work for you.
  • Don't see a guide you like in our list? A librarian can create a research guide specifically for your class. Just contact your Librarian Liaison to get started.
  • You can recommend your students enroll in one of our free, online, non-credit Research Skills courses.
  • We can work with you to create or embed YouTube videos from the MJC Library's YouTube channel (modestojclibrary) into your class.

Contact Iris Carroll by email or call 575-6082 to get started.

Online Research Skills Courses

Online Research Skills Courses

Our non-creditonline Research Skills courses are a perfect way to embed information literacy instruction in your online courses and provide a great way to offer extra credit to students in your traditional classes.

Students simply register in PiratesNet.

Research Skills 1 (LIBR 901)

Introduction to research, including topic selection, topic development, and an overview of available information sources.

Research Skills 2 (LIBR 902)

Introduction to research, including locating sources, identifying search terms, and evaluating sources.

Research Skills 3 (LIBR 903)

Introduction to research, including presenting research and data, citations, and academic integrity.