100-level classes

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==100-level Classes Description==
 
==100-level Classes Description==
  
100-level classes, or introductions to a major or university-wide service courses, such as English Composition or Introduction to Communications / Psychology / Business are often access points to reach first year students with an introduction to Information Literacy. In these classes, the librarian might work with faculty coordinating multiple sections of a common syllabus to incorporate IL instruction tied directly to a research assignment.
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Another common access point to first-year students is large-enrollment 100-level classes, such as English Composition, or Intro to Communication / Psych / Business, or other university-wide service courses. In these classes, the librarian might work with faculty coordinating multiple sections of a common syllabus to incorporate IL instruction tied directly to a research assignment.
  
  
  
 
==Approaches at Different Institutions==
 
==Approaches at Different Institutions==

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100-level Classes Description

Another common access point to first-year students is large-enrollment 100-level classes, such as English Composition, or Intro to Communication / Psych / Business, or other university-wide service courses. In these classes, the librarian might work with faculty coordinating multiple sections of a common syllabus to incorporate IL instruction tied directly to a research assignment.


Approaches at Different Institutions

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