Faculty Support Guide

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Library Classroom Presentations

Knowing how to find, evaluate, and appropriately use information is a key element in the success of our students. The WWCC Library seeks to improve these skills by leading specific, organized, and interesting presentations in your classes.

Work with a librarian to design a lesson that will support your current assignments, introduce your students to new information skills, and facilitate student achievement in the classroom and beyond.

For more information about information literacy in the classroom, or to make an appointment, please contact:
Jacquelyn Ray, MLIS, MA

Library Director
509.527.4294
[email protected]


Schedule Resource Room

Schedule Resource Room

Click here for instructions on how to reserve the resource room.

Place Materials on Reserve

Place Materials on Reserve

Reserve materials are high use items that are set aside by instructors for short-term use by students. These items can be books, copies of articles, homework assignments, solution sets, sample exams, audiovisual materials or other course-related items.

Access to reserve materials is limited to current WWCC students and faculty. Reserve materials check-out for two hours, and are for use in the library, except when faculty request them for longer periods.

To place materials on reserve please print and fill out the Library Reserves Form. Give the form and the item(s) for reserve to Jenny Taylor in the library at Walla Walla campus, or to Jackson Vance at the Clarkston campus library, we will place your materials on reserve as soon as possible.

For more information about reserve materials, please contact:
Jenny Taylor | Walla Walla

509.527.4277
[email protected]

Jackson Vance | Clarkston

509.758.1714
[email protected]

Copyright

Copyright Information

We use copyrighted works every day. The very foundation of education is sharing and building on materials that were created by other people. We strive to create the most effective educational experience while still maintaining our integrity in distributing copyrighted materials.

Please use the following resources to help determine if your use of copyrighted materials falls within ethical and legal guidelines.

For more information, please contact:
Jacquelyn Ray, MLIS, MA
Library Director
509.527.4294
[email protected]


OER and Public Domain Resources Links

Open Educational Resources (OER) and Public Domain Resources Links

Washington State OER Portals and Tools

Additional EOR and Public Domain Resource and Tools

For more information, please contact:
Jacquelyn Ray

Library Director
509.527.4294

[email protected]


Info Lit @ WWCC

Info Lit @ WWCC

Vision: In support of WWCC institutional and library missions, the WWCC Library will create and promote an instruction program that includes incremental development of information literacy concepts across the WWCC curriculum in order to provide a culture of discerning and ethical information seeking and usage among our students, faculty and staff.

Program Learning Outcomes
  • Define and discuss questions in order to develop research questions.
  • Experience information seeking strategies and tools in order to brainstorm processes for meeting one’s own information needs.
  • Work with a variety of sources and technologies in order to identify and use appropriate resources for information needs.
  • Critically evaluate a variety of sources in order to use the most valuable information available.
  • Work alone or in groups effectively to organize information in different forms in order to synthesize findings.
  • Discuss and practice legal and ethical use of information in order to avoid plagiarism and copyright violation.
For more information please see WWCC Information Literacy Plan, or contact:
Jacquelyn Ray

Library Director
509.527.4294
[email protected]