Holman Library’s Instruction Program supports GRC Campus-Wide Learning Outcomes on Critical Thinking, Written Communication, Quantitative and Symbolic Reasoning, and Responsibility.
Holman Library’s Instruction Program targets two program-level student learning-outcomes.
Community college students bring with them a wide range of abilities, preparedness, experiences, expectations, and personal, academic, and professional needs. Librarians support student success by recognizing students' strengths while building their skills, and by striving to close equity gaps in student achievement and retention.
The Holman Library Instruction Program identifies and teaches appropriate information literacy skills, and it implements appropriate outcomes and assessments across the four core instructional areas of Green River College. The library instruction program specifically targets for instruction high-impact courses across the college, including:
Integrating the ACRL Information Literacy Framework at GRC: