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The library seeks to enable our students to effectively navigate in a complex information society where information resources are diverse, overly abundant, and sometimes inaccurate, and to be able to critically evaluate the resources in order to determine the validity of information provided. Our educational programs and tools are designed to facilitate student success in this complex information society. The purpose behind information fluency efforts also closely matches one of the components of the Macalester Statement of Purpose and Belief.
Library Instruction Programs
The Library offers a variety of instruction programs to meet faculty, staff and student needs. The programs include:
- First Year Course Modules
- Course-Integrated Modules
- Senior or Advanced Seminar Module
- Academic Integrity Module
Learn: Tools and Tutorials from the Library
The Academic Integrity module is intended to be a five-week program for individual students who are in need of developing an understanding on how to avoid unintentional or intentional plagiarism.
A time management tool for researching and writing your paper. Helps you finish your assignment on time and on target, and it gives you an action plan with target due dates.
Subject, course, and topic guides to help you find the right databases, tools, and other resources for your research projects and papers.
Learn what RefWorks is and how you can use it to keep track of references for your research paper.
Tutorials with helpful tips on using WorldCat, how to do research, plagiarism, and much more.
Talk to Your Library Liaison
- Aaron Albertson
- Dave Collins
- Beth Hillemann
- Ron Joslin
Natural Scienes and Mathematics
- Ginny Moran
Humanities and Fine Artsvheinric@macalester.edu
- Alexis Logsdon
Humanities and Fine Artsalogsdon@macalester.edu