New students can benefit from an introduction to our library's spaces and services.
We welcome faculty teaching classes such as CAS 101, UNV 101, or other introductory courses. Sessions cover topics such as who to ask for assistance, reserving a study room, printing, and using the Library's Discovery System, Primo.
Contact Kari Mofford or your liaison librarian to schedule a library introduction for your class.
Liaison librarians provide course-integrated instruction upon request for students at all levels from first year undergraduates to PhD candidates. If you plan to assign a research project or presentation, contact your liaison librarian about designing and scheduling a tailored instruction session.
Our librarians offer several types of information literacy instruction options for your classes at all levels. Library instruction is course-integrated and tailored to your assignments and the needs of your students.
Instructional options include, but are not limited to:
NOTE: Fall 2020 instruction will be offered remotely
The Library Connections program is designed to support the ENL101 and ENL 102 curriculum. Librarians provide customized experiences based on your syllabus, calendar, and course theme. For ENL101, A librarian may be added in your myCourses site to provide supplementary content and offer support. For ENL102, in addition to the above, we offer multiple information literacy visits tailored to the class theme.
If you are scheduled to teach ENL 101 or ENL 102, please contact Olivia Piepmeier for further details about how Library Connections can support you and your students.