Librarians from all subject areas partner with faculty to integrate information literacy into the following “core” courses students must take to enter into their majors at UW Bothell. Please note the learning goals listed here are of shared responsibility between the librarian and faculty member, and that they can be met through means other than classroom instruction when necessary.
FYPP Discovery Core - Desired Information Literacy learning goals for these courses typically include:
BCUSP 100: Learning Strategies - Librarians work with faculty to offer additional in-class support to International and Academic Transition Program students.
BWRIT 135: Research Writing - Desired Information Literacy learning goals for this course typically include:
Librarians work closely with faculty to identify courses within the majors and graduate programs to target for hands-on or online information literacy instruction. The types of targeted courses typically include:
Information Literacy learning goals for these courses are developed and maintained by the subject librarian liaison(s) working with the school or program, and in partnership with their faculty.
Graduate students also receive support from librarians based on their specific research projects through classroom/online instruction and individual or small group research consultations with their subject librarian liaison(s).