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Library and Information Literacy Instruction

Guide to library and information literacy instruction offerings from the Harper College Library, including online learning materials and options for working with a librarian.

Library Instruction Options

The Harper College Library offers a variety of instructional options to meet the goals and learning outcomes of your courses and activities.

What if I'm not sure what kind of library instruction I want?
What if I want materials I can share with students myself?
  • Explore the Online Learning Materials section of this guide to see videos, tutorials, and other resources created or collected by librarians about information literacy topics. Links can be shared in Blackboard.
Can I use online materials alone, or do I need to work with a librarian?
Are you offering face-to-face instruction?
  • We're expecting to offer some form of face-to-face instruction in Fall 2021 for situations where online instruction won't suffice. If you're interested in on-campus instruction with a librarian, please email us at
I'd like more information!

Questions? Email us at