When designing assignments for your students, it can be helpful to consult with a librarian regarding resources available at the University Library. Librarians will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Prior to handing a Library assignment out to your students, consider providing your subject specialist librarian with an advance copy, along with recommended sources (if any) you would like your students to use. With a copy of the assignment in hand, librarians are better able to assist students in finding the resources they require. When an assignment is over, feel free to ask librarians for feedback. (e.g., did any students seem confused or have trouble understanding the assignment? Were there any resource access problems related to the assignment?)
Go to Librarian Subject Specialties to find your subject specialist librarian.
The Library offers a variety of customized orientations and/or advanced instructional sessions. Go to the list of reference subject specialties to find a librarian in your subject area who can give your class an orientation or an in-depth, hands-on demonstration. Your subject specialist can be found at the following URL: Librarian Subject Specialties. Early scheduling can guarantee that a librarian and Library facilities will be available to fit your specific course needs.
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