The library provides a variety of instructional services and content for students, faculty, and staff. We can customize instruction for the students in any given course using a variety of tools upon request.
For instructional support contact the Liaison Librarians via email to put in touch with the liaison working with your programs: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Library is also available to assist with course development and updates. We can do this in two ways:
Liaison librarians are available to attend dissertation support groups, dissertation shell group advising, or faculty and student services panels. We are available to lend our support to these existing groups and are also open to collaborating with faculty on creating new group advising offerings for students.
If you are teaching a course that has a library research component, such as a Literature Review course, literature review week, capstone project, or even if you just think your students could use more Library instruction in your subject area, you can reach out to the Library to talk with a librarian about how best to meet the needs of your students.
Below are services and resources which include screenshots, videos, and step-by-step instructions, that you can post in your classroom to help students find what they need in the library.