Library Instruction

The library offers a range of instruction materials and services including course-integrated information literacy sessions, physical tours of the building and services, online library guides and video tutorials, workshops, and assistance with selecting supplemental course materials.

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Librarian-led Instruction

Librarians are available to lead class sessions focused on the development of information literacy concepts and skills, such as topic development, searching for information, evaluating sources, using information effectively and ethically, and staying current with information. Librarians can also work with you to incorporate these same concepts into your online course.

Register for Librarian-Led Instruction


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Information Literacy Consultations

Work with a librarian to integrate information literacy into your courses, assignments, and programs. Many lessons and assignments inherently contain information literacy elements that may be enhanced with small modifications.

For more information, request library instruction support.


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Workshops

The library offers several workshops each semester on a variety of subjects including information literacy, citation searching, patent and trademark resources, managing citations with Endnote software, and more.

Sign up for a Workshop


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Video Tutorials

The library has created several tutorials to help students develop fundamental information literacy skills.

Watch a Tutorial


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Library Guides

Librarians are available to develop customized web sites for particular classes or subjects. These guides emphasize the resources that are most relevant and instructor-recommended for students' use.

View Library Guides


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Library Building Tours

The library offers regular tours of its resources, spaces and places on demand. To organize a tour that fits your needs, request a library building tour using the Library Instruction Support form.


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Supplemental Materials Selection

Want your students to gain a better understanding of a topic that is not covered in the course textbook? Librarians are available to search for and recommend supplemental readings and media for your course.

For more information, request library instruction support.