INFORMATION LITERACY INSTRUCTION AT THE USC LIBRARIES Library Orientations The USC Libraries offers multiple ways to introduce students, staff, and faculty to the resources, services, and spaces available to them through the Libraries. We provide targeted orientation and outreach programming as well as point-of-need resources, including our Orientation at USC Libraries Guide, for Trojans at various stages of their academic careers. WRIT 150 Instruction USC Librarians lead consultation style “Research Clinic” Workshops to support students currently taking WRIT 150. In addition to the live research clinics, USC Librarians have created and made available extensive asynchronous learning content, including an Introduction to the USC Libraries Tutorial, an Introduction to Searching at the USC Libraries Tutorial, as well video tutorials available to introduce students to the research process. WRIT 340 + GESM Faculty instructors seeking advanced information literacy instruction for WRIT 340 or GESM courses can email the librarian for your department or school directly. If you are not sure which librarian to contact, please select the librarian whose subject expertise most closely relates to the topic of the class. To view the list and contact information, go to USC Subject Librarians. Information Literacy Instruction within the Disciplines USC Libraries’ subject experts are available to deliver research and instructional support within the disciplines. Please view the list of USC Subject Librarians to contact the specialist within your area to set up instruction requests within your department. Our subject experts look forward to hearing from you! Librarians have also created extensive Research Guides for students and faculty. The Research Guides can be searched by subject, courses, or topic. There are also many video tutorials available for help with research skills within the disciplines. Instructional Design Support and Assignment Design The USC Libraries offers instructional design pedagogical support for your classes, including syllabus construction and individual research assignment design. Please contact Instructional Design Librarian Kevin Klipfel (firstname.lastname@example.org) for individual consultations about your classes. Contact For questions, contact email@example.com.