UCLA Library Research Guides
UCLA librarians create research guides for classes and other purposes. I created a guide for TAs to help them learn to incorporate information literacy instruction into their curricula and assignments, and I used it as a supplement and replacement for attending a workshop I gave for TAs in late summer and early fall 2009: Teach Information Literacy & Critical Thinking.
You can find lots more of these LibGuides on the UCLA Library’s site for them. The most popular UCLA guides are in the center, but you can also find many more in the left column on this page.
The Library licenses LibGuide software for librarians to create these kinds of guides. There is similar open source software, called Library a la Carte, developed by Oregon State.
Contact Esther Grassian for a demo if you are interested: firstname.lastname@example.org OR 310-206-4410.