Librarians are available to attend your classroom to meet with your students to provide library and research instruction that is specific to your class' needs. In order to ensure the most effective use of your class time, it is best that faculty have specific topics in mind when requiring library instruction. It is ideal for library instruction to coincide with assignments given to students. Some subjects may require more than one class session.
Library instruction subjects may include:
Librarians are also available to assist you in course and instructional design. Librarians are able to help you with:
To request library instruction, you can e-mail Head Librarian Tim Hurley at firstname.lastname@example.org or the Library's main e-mail directly email@example.com
Struggling with a paper? Need help finding sources? Not sure how to properly cite your sources? Librarians are available to help!
Librarians are able to meet with you in a one-on-one session for many topics, including:
You can meet with a Librarian on a walk-in basis or schedule an appointment. You may schedule an appointment by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
All librarians can assist in class instruction, reference assistance, and general student and faculty support. For specific needs, you can reach: