The Hesburgh Libraries has dedicated three exceptional librarians, supervised by Leslie L. Morgan, to helping first-year students learn more about what it means for a college student to have information literacy.
Information literacy is knowing how to:
- access information efficiently and effectively.
- evaluate information critically and competently.
- use information appropriately for different purposes in a variety of contexts.
Information literacy advances first-year students’ critical thinking skills and prepares them to assess whether information is appropriate to use in their academic writing and research.
Research consultations help students:
- navigate the vast information resources available through the Hesburgh Libraries.
- develop a research strategy that will maximize the use of those resources
You will find our first-year librarians:
- in rooms 111 and 112 on the first floor of the Hesburgh Library (Current Periodicals area).
- in the First Year of Studies on the second floor of the Coleman-Morse Center.
- at the Information Desk on the first floor of the Hesburgh Library.
More information about the first-year librarian and her services can be found at: http://www.library.nd.edu/fys/portal.shtml.