Information Literacy (IL) provides library users the knowledge and ability to search, retrieve, assess, and use the right information.
Provision of this service may be made through face-to-face interaction or online, individual or by group, and by appointment or walk-in.
IL helps augment the literacy of the users regarding the acquisition of knowledge in and outside the library, by providing programs like searching and evaluating information retrieved and the basics of computer training.
Being literate would help students know how to gather and organize information and would make them better professionals in the future.
Library Instruction – also called bibliographic instruction; user education and library orientation consist of instructional programs designed to teach library users how to locate the information quickly and effectively.
For Individual Walk-In
Approach the Reference Librarian at the Reference Section to avail of the one-on-one, face-to-face library instruction right then and there.
Make an appointment either by calling or booking an appointment online for a minimum of ten (10) students and a maximum of thirty (30).
Reader's Advisory - A patron-centered service conducted by any of the reference librarians to guide students in finding the right materials for her/his assignment, thesis/dissertation, and other academic-related work.