Instruct (formerly known as InfoLit Modules)

Extend the reach of your library's instruction

Today’s college students arrive on campus without well-honed foundational skills like information literacy and critical thinking. Creating high-quality, standards-driven instructional materials to cultivate these skills requires extensive time, staff, and technical expertise. Instruct offers a solution to this growing problem, providing tools for libraries to conduct formalized ACRL and AAC&U-aligned instruction, both in-person and online.

 How can Instruct help you and your library?

  • Teach students essential foundational skills that will help them throughout their academic and professional careers.

  • Maintain accreditation requirements around information literacy standards.

  • Simplify collaboration with faculty with in-demand instructional content that is easy to embed in course pages and LibGuides. View some of our supporting faculty engagement resources to see how your collaboration can be enhanced.

  • Align faculty to high-impact practices with a faculty-focused module covering topics like “How to Design Research Assignments”.

  • Devote more time to hands-on instruction by using multimedia to “flip the class”.

  • Assess student progress with the Credo Insights analytics platform.

Librarians are using Instruct to teach crucial information literacy and critical thinking skills students need to thrive in their academic careers and beyond.

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1"Characteristics of Excellence in Higher Education." (2006). Middle States Commission on Higher Education. Philadelphia, PA