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Library and Learning Commons - Faculty Resources: Research Skills Mini Course

This guide provides an overview of library services and resources available to FSCJ faculty.

The Research Skills Mini Course modules address common faculty requests for library support on various topics,

including plagiarism, evaluating online sources, and citation styles. 

The Modules

Mouse over each module to learn more. For those who prefer the information in PDF format, please click below.

Module FAQ for Faculty

How to Use the Modules with Your Students

Would your students benefit from extra instruction, support, and feedback on their information literacy skills? If so, we invite you to direct your students to enroll themselves in the Research Skills Mini Course.  Here's how it works:

  • Enroll yourself in the course! Take a look and decide what modules to assign.
  • Assign your students to complete one or more modules within the course.
  • Students self-enroll in the course and complete desired modules.
  • Librarians grade all quizzes and assignments and provide student feedback.
  • Students communicate their grades to you, typically via a screenshot.

Please see below for detailed instructions, plus an infographic to illustrate the process.

Sample Video

Learning is serious business, but we've tried to make the course fun and engaging where we can. Don't believe us? Check out this video on why it's important to cite your sources.