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Each year, the University of Maryland Libraries teach information literacy sessions for nearly 20,000 students. Teaching is integral to our mission and continues to be one of the most important services we offer our campus community. In response to the COVID-19 virus, we transitioned information literacy instruction online and will continue to offer instruction online during the fall 2020 semester. We understand that teaching comes in many forms and are happy to work with faculty to craft an information literacy experience that works for their individual course and students.
Until we have the opportunity to meet in person again, this guide outlines ways that we can support your instruction online.