Instruction services for Fraser International College (FIC)

 

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To request remote library research instruction for your class, contact lib-learn@sfu.ca to discuss how we can help you.


The SFU Library is pleased to offer support to Fraser International College instructors by offering instruction in library research. Students will be introduced to the services and collections of an academic library, and will develop information literacy skills that can be applied in the FIC program and throughout their academic careers.

Instruction is offered through the following options:

Point of need instruction

General reference assistance is available to FIC students through our Ask A Librarian services, by email and through the AskAway chat reference service. 

Self-directed instruction

FIC students may also use the Library’s online tutorials at any time to learn skills like how to use the Library catalogue, and understanding the differences between popular and scholarly sources.

Customised library research instruction 

As FIC instructors and faculty, you are welcome to request workshops tailored to a specific assignment. Please contact us with the details of your request and a staff member from the Library or SLC will be in touch with you to confirm details.
 
For research and writing instruction, please fill in this websurvey and a member of our team will get back to you to arrange the workshop details. 

Other customised instruction options

In addition to in-person teaching, the Library can provide other instruction options such as:

  • Online research guides tailored to a course assignment
  • Online tutorials and quizzes.

We invite instructors to contact the Library at  lib-learn@sfu.ca  to discuss the best approach for their classes.

For further information on the Library’s services to FIC students, see the Services for You Fraser International College students.