Library Instruction for Blair Undergraduates
All Blair undergraduates participate in an integrated music information literacy program. Education and Outreach Librarian Sara Manus works closely with students during their music history and literature core curriculum courses (MUSL 141, 242, 243, and 244), teaching you information and research skills that are crucial to your success not only as a Blair student, but in your post-collegiate career as well. Mrs. Manus gives regular lectures on music information resources and research skills, and you will complete graded information literacy assignments. Upon successful completion of the music information literacy components, every Blair student should be able to do the following:
- Define and articulate the need for information.
- Identify and evaluate potential sources of information
- Construct and implement effectively-designed search strategies for finding information.
- Extract, record, amd manage information and its sources.
- Understand how to use information ethically and legally.
Information Literacy Materials
Click on the appropriate Research Guide to access assignments, handouts, and other materials from information literacy sessions.
Library Instruction for Non-Majors
Find subject guides for Blair non-major courses (ex., History of Rock) below: