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Information Literacy or Research session may be scheduled in Campbell Library’s computer lab (room 138), which contains 30 PCs. Librarians can also conduct sessions in your classroom or other computer lab. Students access to computers during class reinforces learning.
Instruction librarians conduct class sessions based on the research needs of your students. A successful session will:
Address a specific assignment at a point in the semester when your students are conducting research.
Include the faculty member, whose presence emphasizes the importance of the research instruction.
Include the librarian in planning to identify likely research tools.
General Research Guides for departments or disciplines are available on the library webpage. Your Subject Librarian can create an online Guide of resources specific to your course.
Blackboard or Canvas Participation
Librarians can be embedded into Blackboard or Canvas sites to participate in discussions about research topics, processes, and/or sources.
Faculty Consultation (Virtual or In-person)
A librarian collaborates with the faculty member on assignments to suggest resources and discuss potential research issues.
Students (and faculty or staff) visit or phone the reference desk, chat with or email a librarian for research help. Please refer students to the Ask a Librarianservice.
Library Research Tutorials Online videos introduce or reinforce academic research skills such as evaluating resources, selecting a database, narrowing a topic or avoiding plagiarism.