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. Note: Because of the pandemic and the need for social distancing, the Library Instruction Room can only accommodate 12 students at this time. 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
Interlibrary Loan/Overdue Accounts
Interlibrary Loan Request Form
Cheryl Little, 262-695-3480
Mary Baker, 262-695-3482
Thomas Borger, 262-691-5539