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College Writing 1 Information Literacy Toolkit

Framework for Implementation

CW1 + Librarian Partnership
  • Each CW1 section is assigned a Librarian.

  • This partnership works best when the instructor and librarian work closely over the course of the semester and meet to discuss roles, expectations, and learning outcomes for the semester. 

  • The Librarian visits the class several times throughout the semester. It is recommended that the Librarian visit at least three times (see Assessment Evidence).

Instructions for Adding your Librarian to your Blackboard Course 

To add your librarian to your Blackboard Course, logon to Blackboard at blackboard.wustl.edu

  1. Navigate to the WebFAC module at the bottom left of the main Blackboard page

  2. Click on the Class Roster link

  3. Use the drop-down box to select the semester you need. It should start with the current semester selected.

  4. Click the BB Management tab, which appears in blue under the green banner.

  5. Click the blue icon under the Guests column next to the course to which you would like to add guests. A section to manage guests for this course will appear below the list of your courses. You may need to scroll down to see it.

  6. Enter the WUSTL email address for the person you would like to add, select Guest Student or Guest Faculty from the drop-down box, and click the add button. Guest Student is the role I recommend for everyone added.

For more information, see https://teachingcenter.wustl.edu/blackboard/get-started/add-guests-to-a-course/ or contact the Teaching Center. 

Helpful Resources

Learning Outcomes

Learning Outcomes

By the end of this course students will be able to...
  1. Navigate a variety of information systems, including the library’s website, catalogs, and databases, in order to access information in various formats.
  2. Experiment with different types of search language such as keywords, synonyms, related terms, and subject terms in order to efficiently search for information.
  3. Seek guidance from experts such as librarians in order to mitigate issues that arise when completing the research assignment as well as understand what resources and services will be most useful to your specific needs.
  4. Critically evaluate sources for quality, relevance, and perspective, in order to select information most appropriate for the research assignment(s). 
  5. Recognize subject expertise or scholarly authority in order to incorporate appropriate works into the research assignment(s).
  6. Synthesize ideas gathered from multiple sources in order to present a balanced ratio of sources and represent various view points in the research assignment(s).

Classroom Spaces

The space formerly known as the Arc Lab in Olin Library is currently under construction until Spring 2018. This semester we have a few other options for you. 

  1. Eads Lab Classrooms, 003, 013, 014: Book This Room (click Book this Room to open new link)
    1. Maximum Capacity: 20 in each room
    2. Instructor Computer either 1 Win 7 computer or Apple OSX computer, HDMI and Audio cables to connect a laptop, screen & projector controls
    3. 20 Student Computers with various software programs
    4. Chalk Board, Data Projector with Screen, Flatbed Scanner, Headsets with Mic, Printer, VCR, White Board, Wireless Network Access Point
  2. Kopolow Business Library - Simon Hall, Room 290V: Book This Room (click Book this Room to open new link)
    1. Maximum Capacity: 32
    2. 2 White Boards
    3. 32 Chairs
    4. Projector
    5. Small Podium
    6. Table
  3. Rudolph Hall Room 308: Book This Room (click Book this Room to open new link)
    1. Maximum Capacity: 21
      1. Instructor Computer/Podium
      2. Projector/Screen
      3. White Board
      4. 21 Student Computers WIN OS