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Information Literacy Learning Center: Policies and Guidelines

The Information Literacy Learning Center is used for library-related activities, services, and functions. Library staff coordinate and schedule the use of the room. To schedule an information literacy session or obtain more information, please contact Cara Evanson.

Primary Functions of the Information Literacy Learning Center

Information Literacy and Library Instruction

  • Course-integrated and course-related information literacy sessions led by a librarian
  • Group research consultations led by librarians, including Research Rescue and Thesis Therapy
  • Library workshops for students and faculty and staff
  • Library orientation sessions
  • Research consultations (drop-in and appointment-based)

Secondary Functions of the library's Information Literacy Learning Center

Student study space

The Information Literacy Learning Center is a bring-your-own-device classroom which is available for use by Davidson students during the academic year when there are not information literacy, library instruction, library orientation, or library workshop sessions scheduled.

The classroom will be closed half an hour before a scheduled information literacy session, orientation session, workshop, or consultation; the room will reopen after the session has ended.

Students using the room should remove their belongings before the room closes. Items left in the classroom overnight will be placed in lost and found the following morning.

Use by library and CTL staff for student-focused training and workshops