I am in charge of instructional services at the Thomas Jefferson Library. If you are faculty and would like to request a library instruction session please fill out a Library Instruction Session Request Form.
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I am also the instructor for IntDsc 1010: "Information Literacy and Student Success", an online, 9-week, one-credit information literacy class delivered through interactive tutorials and short videos. The class provides students with an understanding of academic research that also sets a foundation for critical thinking skills. IntDsc 1010 helps students in practical ways, such as for researching term papers, but also in more abstract ways, such as offering an introduction to scholarship and academic knowledge.
"An Aria in Peru" - A young boy discovers magic and wonder aboard a night train from Machu Picchu. (length: 500 words)
|Keywords: Peru, Cuzco, "short stories", fiction, "Machu Picchu", "Short stories about Machu Picchu", "Short stories about the Andes",|