Instruction Request Request an Instruction Session All requests require at least one week advance notice. Name*Phone*Email* Section NumberCourse Title & Number*Number of StudentsInstruction Session Location (select one):San Marcos LibraryEscondido Center LibraryFallbrook Center LibraryRancho Bernardo Center LibraryYour Classroom (supply No. below) Before indicating a preferred date and time for instruction, please view the Instruction Calendars to see if the library instruction room at your location is available. Please note that Summer hours may affect availability. San Marcos Library, Rooms LRC-125 and 428 Escondido Library Instruction Calendar Fallbrook Library Instruction Calendar Rancho Bernardo Library Instruction Calendar First Choice Date*Second Choice DateSession Start Time*Session End Time*Tell Us What You and Your Students Need from this Instruction SessionStudents' Research Progress:As far as you know right now, when you bring your students to the library for this session, which of the following statements will best describe their stage in the research process:They recently got the assignment.They have started exploring their topic.They are refining/concluding their research.My students won't be working on a research assignment when they come into the library.My students' projects are due on: Date Format: MM slash DD slash YYYY Learning Outcomes/Activities:Please select the modules that you feel are most appropriate for your requested library instruction session. We will also accommodate other learning outcomes, topics or resources, so please write those below. **Note: There is no longer an institutional subscription to EasyBib. Please consult with your librarian about alternatives. Review assignment requirements to make a research plan (10 minutes) Find background information in reference sources (15 minutes) Find books at Palomar & other local libraries (15 minutes) Find magazine and newspaper articles using library databases (15 minutes) Find original research in scholarly articles using library databases (15 minutes) Distinguish between scholarly and non-scholarly articles (15 minutes) Evaluate web sites for credibility (20 minutes) Define plagiarism and how to avoid It (15 minutes) Cite sources using a style guide - demonstration only (15 minutes) Citing sources using a style guide – hands-on (45 minutes) Citing sources using a free citation formatting website – hands-on (45 minutes) Tour the Library (30 minutes) Library Assignment - cf. links below for details- (30 minutes) Citation Format*MLAAPALibrary Exploration Assignment (usually used by counseling and reading classes) - San Marcos Escondido Center 9-1-17 EJA Library Exploration AssignmentCustom Learning OutcomeUse the space below to identify a customized learning outcome for this Library Instruction session Research Assignment DetailsPlease provide detailed information about the students' research assignment in the box belowInclude Online Research Guide?*The librarian can make an online research guide for the session and for you to use with students following the library visit. Do you plan to use the guide with students AFTER your visit?YesNoOnline Research Guide SelectionIs there anything you would like the guide to cover in addition to the instruction topics you selected? Select from this list Academic Integrity/Plagiarism Getting Started with Research The Role of Inquiry in the Research Process Searching as Strategic Exploration How Common Information Sources are Created Evaluating Information Presenting Research Citations Other: (please specify; the librarian may need to contact you for additional details.) Online Research Guide Selection - Other DetailsSpecify below what other topics you want detailed in an Online Research Guide. Feel free to email a copy of the assignment or course syllabus to April Cunningham at firstname.lastname@example.org.