The Library Instruction Team helped develop, and is currently aiding students in the completion of, a standardized Research Assignment for all Roots of Contemporary Issues (HIST 105) students. The assignment, which is divided into five three-week parts, asks students to discover a variety of pr
Classes on Demand is a program sponsored by the WSU Libraries that allows small groups of WSU Pullman students, staff or faculty to request and schedule research workshops or productivity/social tools workshops taught by WSU librarians. There are over 20 workshops offered, everything from Acade
The Library Instruction Team, working in cooperation with the Library Assessment Team, have created the LISD for library instruction sessions. The database has improved our ability to gather and analyze teaching data. For example, we are now getting a better understanding of the reach of our i
We serve a variety of programs, faculty, and students at different levels of scholarship. Our mission is to teach library users how to access, retrieve, evaluate, use and enjoy information sources in the creation of new knowledge. As academic communities confront the information age, library instruction at Washington State University aims to be responsive to cultural, technological and curricular change in the University, and to the variant skills and comfort levels of the University's library users. In all of these endeavors, librarians model the pursuit of knowledge and impart skills and enthusiasm for learning through excellent teaching. Library faculty collaborate with University faculty and campus partner programs in this mission.