WCTC library instruction teaches information literacy competencies that correlate closely with the components of the Critical Life Skill of Critical Thinking/Problem Solving - students demonstrate critical thinking skills to analyze situations and solve problems.
|Information Literacy Competencies||CLS Rubric: Critical Thinking/Problem Solving Criteria|
|Recognize Information Need
|Locate Information||Gather and Evaluate Information|
|Use Information||Utilize Pertinent Information|
|Evaluate Information||Evaluate Results|
We offer hands-on library instruction customized for a particular project or assignment in our Library Instruction Room (30 computers and 7 display monitors) or in your classroom. Sessions range from 15 minutes in length (a brief tour) to 3-hour workshops or multiple sessions. We would be happy to discuss incorporating a library instruction session into your curriculum: click here to request library instruction.
Library Information Desk
Director of Library Services
Amy Manion, 262-695-3459
Cheryl Little, 262-695-3480
Mary Baker, 262-695-3482
Thomas Borger, 262-691-5539