In-Person and Online Sessions Available
If you are the course instructor and want to schedule librarian-led instruction for your class, see the three options and three forms linked below. We will work with your class over Zoom, in the library (room 203) or in your classroom. Please note that Room 203 in the library may have limited availability during July and August 2022 due to work being done on the 2nd floor of the library. Please contact Kevin Prendergast (see below) with any questions.
Faculty and instructors can book library instruction classes for their students, led by an academic librarian.
Each session is designed around the class and course assignments. We teach classes such as:
- general introduction to research
- subject-specific research instruction (e.g. education, biology, business, law)
- specialized classes on upper level and graduate level research
- workshops on citation searching and management (e.g. Mendeley, Google Scholar)
Instructors are required to be present and participate in these sessions.
For more information, contact Kevin Prendergast at email@example.com
The Library offers workshops that students and faculty can sign up to attend, such as:
- Getting Started with EndNote
- Library 101
- Advanced Google Scholar
For more information, or to request a workshop for your research team or department, contact Siobhan McCarthy at firstname.lastname@example.org