Library Classes & Instruction For Faculty & Instructors
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Marian Hampton, Coordinator of Library Instruction
The University Library System's librarians can assist you by:
- Offering course-integrated library instruction tailored to the needs or your students.
- Suggesting up to date resources that work well for your class.
- Reviewing research assignments to make sure that they reach the learning outcomes intended for your students.
- Providing individualized research refereshers to help you be familar with available resources.
Our librarians can work with you in advance to make sure that your students are able to locate the necessary information.
The University Library System (ULS) is interested in partnering with faculty at each campus/department/program level to foster information literacy through a variety of educational approaches
ULS offers tours, orientations and classes throughout the year for faculty and students. Instructors are welcome to schedule a library session, and instructing librarians will tailor the session to fit the research objectives of your class and students.
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The University Library System developed some online tutorials for student, which you can embed in a CourseWeb section, website, or provide as a link in your syllabus.