The Jessie C. Eury Library staff is committed to assisting you in planning and incorporating Information Literacy into your courses and assignments. The Library Staff is dedicated to meeting the University student learning objective which states students "develop the skills and attitudes necessary for lifelong learning". This commitment and dedication is shown in our Information Literacy Program.
The mission of the Jessie C. Eury Library is to facilitate the teaching, research and lifelong learning of its students and faculty by assessing, anticipating, and providing essential resources, services, and instruction. The foundation for achieving this mission is our information literacy program. This program is an integral part of the library's contribution to assist Lincoln Christian University in achieving its strategic plan. The program helps both the University meet their learning objectives and fulfill the information literacy criteria of their accrediting agencies.
Our vision is that this information literacy program, accomplished in collaboration with faculty, will become a hallmark of Lincoln Christian University. Our graduates, trained in information literacy, will be recognized as exemplary lifelong learners, just as they are currently recognized for their mission-mindedness and worldview eyes.
Librarians are available to:
In addition, the Library staff provides guides describing how to search each of the Jessie C. Eury Library's resources for the use of you and your students.
The Library keeps electronic copies of course syllabi. These are available to faculty upon request.
Librarians are available to teach Information Literacy sessions for any course or group of students. Librarians will meet with each instructor to create a tailored session specifically for their class and assignment. Information Literacy sessions may be held for any class during class time or during an alternate time. Sessions may be held for an entire class or smaller groups.
If you have further questions about Information Literacy Sessions, contact the Library.