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Do Your Students Use Credible Sources?: Highly Prescriptive

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In the highly prescriptive model you could use one of the generally or moderately prescriptive models mixed with customized instruction or simply use customized instruction on its own.

You can arrange for a librarian to teach a library skills session to your students that is customized to your class syllabus or assignment. The session can take place in the library (28 students max) or in your smart classroom and usually lasts 50 minutes. 

Another option is to request a customized LibGuide such as the one you are currently viewing. Once again, it would be constructed to meet the needs of your specific course or assignment.

You can request either option through the Library Instruction Request form.

Lastly, you can consult with your librarian liaison to collaborate on designing assignments that integrate information competency standards directly into the project.

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John M. Pfau Library
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CSU San Bernardino
5500 University Parkway
San Bernardino CA, 92407-2318
909-537-5083