The mission of the Library’s IL Instruction program is to support the College’s General Education Outcomes and to ensure, in partnership with classroom faculty, that QCC students acquire the information management skills needed for academic research and lifelong learning.
IL Instruction Services
QCC librarians offer IL instruction through several service options:
Request IL Instruction
To schedule a Course-Related Lecture or an Embedded Librarian, please submit an Information Literacy Class Request. Please make your request at least two weeks in advance to avoid scheduling conflicts.
Faculty members are expected to be present during IL instruction sessions.
For more information, please contact:
Coordinators of Information Literacy:
Professor Christine (Mi-Seon) Kim
Professor Vikki Terrile
To request an information literacy session for your course, you can also fill out the online form.
Embedded Librarian Program
Purpose: For Faculty who will be assigning their students numerous writing, or project/group oriented research assignments for their courses. An Embedded Librarian will work with your students throughout the semester.
Requirements: Students will attend a Library Information Literacy Class or Classes over the course of the semester. Dates to be determined at the time of class scheduling. Two sessions are recommended.
Embedded Librarian Availability: All students will receive the name, e-mail address, and telephone number of their Embedded Librarian, via blackboard, etc. Students will meet their Librarian during the first Library Information Literacy Session. Students will be able to make appointments with the Librarian for one-on-one sessions.
Overview of Research Services for Student to Achieve Research Competency:
Additionally, students can contact the Library at any time in person, via chat, SMS, or phone whenever the Library is open and certain services are available.
(for more information please see the Flipped/Embedded Librarian Guide here)
If you have questions or wish to schedule classes, please contact Susan Wengler, Assistant professor and Coordinator of Information Literacy, email@example.com, 718/281-5010