Topic - Introduction
Writing Annotations for Reference Resources
This handout will provide students with information about what to include in an annotation and a sample of what one should look like. This handout specifically suggests:
- call number
- research strategy
- thorough explanation of why this source was selected
This handout could be covered quickly in class or assigned to read outside of class time.
Use this handout to help students learn how to submit assignments in Sakai. You can either walk through it quickly in class, or just provide it as a resource for students to use on their own.
This presentation will walk you and your students through the course, syllabus, and first assignments. You will also be able to use this presentation to introduce the concept of “information literacy” to your students. This, combined with the tour, will fill the entire first class.
This is the official Z. Smith Reynolds Library tour script. You can read every line or summarize content depending on the time available and the background of your students.