The Wichita State University Libraries’ goal is to provide its students, faculty, and staff with instruction that will promote learning by enabling the identification, location, evaluation, and effective use of information.
Information literacy is essential to the success of learners in the 21st century, and is the basis of lifelong learning. The information, visual, media, and digital literacy concepts at the center of the University Libraries’ Instruction Program will provide students with the skills they need to become successful critical thinkers, effective communicators, and productive citizens.
Assessment of Student Learning
University Libraries Student Learning Outcomes [coming soon]
FOR FACULTY - Learn how the University Libraries can help you in your teaching or research. Set up a library session for your students so they can learn how to efficiently and effectively use library resources.
FOR STUDENTS - Find information on contacting a librarian for help, a description of our research workshops, and other tips and tools. Includes information on our one-credit course LASI 170: Introduction to Library Research.
FOR LIBRARIANS - Access tools for assessing student learning, instructional technology support, and additional professional resources.
Need more information about Library Instruction @ WSU?
Contact Melissa Mallon, Coordinator of Library Instruction, by email or at 316-978-5077. You can also contact a librarian through our Ask a Librarian! Reference Services.