Information Literacy Instruction | Librarian Liaisons | Collection Development | Course Reserves | Displays | Book Discussion | Library Advisory Committee
Information Literacy Instruction
The Lakeland librarians encourage the growth of information literate learners. They collaborate with faculty to meet the needs of a specific assignment or more generally to teach students about discipline-specific resources. Librarians can assist with Information Literacy assignment design.
Schedule a library instruction session by completing a Instruction Request Form. Return it by inter-office mail or drop it off at the reference desk.
View the library instruction calendar for available times and dates.
In addition, librarians have created assignment templates that address the Information Literacy Outcome. These are available for you to adapt and use in your classes. Click on the following link for our Information Literacy Templates.
What can your librarian liaison do for you?
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please contact a Reference Librarian at 440.525-7425.
- Assist with the creation of research assignments for your class
- Create subject guides related to your discipline or to a specific assignment
- Provide information literacy instruction to your class - in your classroom or in the library's classroom - or in your online classroom
- Purchase materials to support your curriculum
- Assist you with your own research projects
- Assist you with linking to library resources from within your Blackboard course
Librarians have been assigned departments to collaborate with on collection development, information literacy instruction, subject guides, and department review related to library resources. Liaisons are listed below.
Michael BillingsEducational Psychology & Teaching
Economics; Political Science
Engineering: Civil & Construction; Electrical; Mechanical; Nuclear; CIMN; CNET
Fire Science, Emergency Management
Paula BlackmanFine Arts; Graphic Design
Katherine CoadBiology; Bioscience
Histotechnology; Medical Lab Technology
Peggy CoxChildren's Literature
Early Childhood Education
American Sign Language
Holly Rosby |
Chemistry, Physics, Earth Science, Astronomy
Travel & Tourism; Hotel & Restaurant Management
Michelle Rossman, Paralegal
Library Program Chair
Emily Szymanski Anthropology
The Library requests faculty involvement in the purchase and removal of materials in their subject area. To suggest an item for purchase, please fill out the Purchase Request Form or, speak with a reference librarian.
The library's Collection Development Policy provides guidelines for the purchase of materials.
Library Advisory Committee
The Library Advisory Committee exists to provide a formalized structure to act as a liaison between the library staff and representative members of the learning community in an effort to provide recommendations for mutual benefit.
The advisory committee is composed of Lakeland faculty, administrators and staff and Lake County Public Library representatives. For more information, email Michelle Rossman, Library Program Chair, firstname.lastname@example.org
Faculty may place material for their classes on Reserve. To put an item on reserve, fill out the Course Reserve Form.
For more information, please contact Judy Schmidt by phone at 440.525-7463 or by email at email@example.com.
The Library's display case can be scheduled by faculty and staff wishing to feature a theme, upcoming
event or student activity. Please email Kathy Fink at firstname.lastname@example.org for information about scheduling a display.
Book Discussion Group
The library's Book Discussion Group selects works from a variety of genres. Each month a member leads the conversation. Refreshments are provided.
Share and swap books all year round at the Library's Continuous Book Exchange. Located in the Library Offices C-2056, open M-F from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm., bring a book and take a book! Call 440.525-7067 for more information.