Librarians offer course-specific library instruction workshops which provide practical demonstrations and hands-on application of research tools in a face-to-face environment.
To request a face-to-face library instruction session:
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Librarians work with faculty members to include information literacy in the online environment - for any class format that needs online information literacy content. Online instruction may be presented in a variety of formats, including tutorials, videos, live online sessions (Zoom, Canvas Conferencing), and more.
To request online library instruction:
Course guides support students by combining library & research resources as well as information literacy content. Course guides may be developed for:
To request a course guide:
Faculty can require or recommend students schedule and attend a research appointment with a librarian. Appointments are available individually or in small groups to discuss a library/research need. Appointments may be face-to-face or online.
To schedule an appointment with any librarian or with a specific librarian:
Work with a librarian to develop research activities and assignments to support teaching and promote student learning. A librarian can work with you to:
To work with a librarian on designing an assignment:
More about assignments: