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Information Literacy and Instruction

Resources and tips about information literacy, critical thinking, and how faculty can incorporate these concepts into their courses.

GB320: Integrated Business Project

The GB320: Integrated Business Project course gives students the opportunity to work with a client company, investigating problems that client organizations have identified and proposing solutions to those issues. Students conduct both primary and secondary research in this course in order to gather information that will assist in their final recommendations and business proposals to the client. 

Librarians work with faculty to develop instructional resources and research instruction based on the assignments and client needs.

Research guides are created to assist students and point them to resources that will be especially helpful in discovering information relevant to to the scope of their assignments. 

Examples of current GB320 Research Guides:

Scheduling Information for GB320 Faculty

The library is in regular communication with the GB320 program coordinator. Librarians are assigned to work with GB320 company cohorts once the companies for the next term are selected. Librarian assignments are communicated with the coordinator once they have been assigned and librarians will reach out to faculty.

Librarian partners and faculty will work together to schedule meetings and research instruction sessions for the individual cohorts.

Questions can be directed to Stephen Tracey, Manager of Reference Services, or Matt Van Sleet, Research Instruction Coordinator.