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Instructional Services

About Our Instructional Services

University of Missouri librarians teach students the information literacy concepts and skills necessary to locate, evaluate, and use relevant, credible resources for their research assignments.

We will meet with your class in the library or in your classroom, face-to-face or online, in real time or through recordings. We can take the lead on instruction, and we can offer you behind-the-scenes guidance on ways in which to address research processes in your lessons, assignments, and other course materials.

We can point you to existing instructional videos, guides, and tutorials that you can integrate into your courses, and our librarians are ready to work with you to create new online materials to address your students' specific information literacy needs.

Questions? Contact Joe Askins, Head of Instructional Services, at askinsj@missouri.edu or 573-882-7637.

Safety Reminder

Requests for in-person instruction are subject to review and must adhere to current campus guidelines regarding social distancing and the use of masks and other personal protective equipment.