You can select several options to tailor your library session to your course. Don't see what you want listed? Contact Michael Saar (firstname.lastname@example.org) we will create a session just for your class!
Searching for Information
Using Information Ethically
Sessions can be held in the Gray Library 708A Computer Lab, the 702 lecture hall or your own classroom.
Is your class working on a research paper or project requiring library research? Are you using Blackboard with your course? Why not add a librarian to your class?
We can help your students with their questions, reduce the library research related questions that you are asked, post helpful guides and information to your course site, and even hold chat hours.
Additionally, An embedded librarian can be utilized to create course specific tutorials, videos or library instruction or respond to research related questions via discussion or email. The embedded librarians will typically contact you to discuss how you envision their role in the course.
To request a librarian's username credentials and instructions on adding them to your course contact Michael Saar at 880-2135 or via email (email@example.com)
One-on-one Consultation (by appointment)
Reference librarians can help individual students with all aspects of the research process, including finding information and citing sources. Have students contact the library 880-7264 to schedule a personalized research consultation. Students may also contact the librarian who conducted their instruction session for assistance.
Online Research Guides
We have created a number of subject-specific, class-specific, and miscellaneous topic guides that can be found here. Contact us with suggestions for new guides to fit your needs.
'Ask a Librarian' Chat Service
Reference librarians are available during library operating hours to assist students via IM. The connection to the chat service is located on the library home page and on the Ask a Librarian section of the home page.