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Academic Library Impact on Student Learning and Success

Findings of the ACRL's Assessment in Action program and how libraries help improve student success

Information Literacy Support

The duPont-Ball Library provides the following services to support information literacy learning and research assignments in your classes. For more information or to schedule one of these services, contact Grace Kaletski-Maisel at or 386-822-7190. Please schedule at least one week in advance.

Please note: Information Literacy Instruction is intended for courses with an assignment that incorporates an information literacy or research component or courses with a relevant learning outcome (FSEM, JSEM, writing-enhanced, senior capstone). 

For your syllabus or assignment handout

Consider adding the following resources to your syllabus, assignment descriptions, or link to them in your Blackboard course site. Here is a sample block of text that you are welcome to copy and paste into your syllabus:

Research librarians at the duPont-Ball Library are available to help you with all of your information needs, such as choosing a topic, using databases, finding sources, evaluating sources, and formatting citations. A librarian is “on-call” and ready to help during the following hours: Monday-Thursday 10 AM-10 PM, Friday 10 AM-5 PM, Saturday 11 AM-6 PM, and Sunday 2 PM-10 PM. Call or text 386-747-9028 or email for immediate help. Or, set up a research consultation appointment at

Have a question? Ask a librarian! Email Call or text 386-747-9028.