Guidelines for Faculty
The library provides research instruction for students, staff, and faculty. Librarians teach sessions in which they discuss how to find, use, and evaluate information. The primary goal of the Library Instruction Program is to promote information literacy and teach research techniques that will enable students and faculty to develop a systematic method of research that can be applied to any discipline or assignment.
Reference and instruction librarians encourage faculty to integrate library instruction into their course curriculum. Librarians are also available to assist faculty in teaching research skills specific to their discipline or class subject.
Policies for Faculty
- Library instruction sessions must be arranged at least one week in advance.
- Faculty must attend the library instruction session with their class, so they may provide input and emphasize the value of learning research skills.
- Instruction sessions must coincide with a particular assignment.
Please read the Library Instruction Lab Use Policy before requesting a library instruction session. To request a library instruction session, look at the Instruction Lab Calendar and submit a Library Instruction Request Form.
For additional information, contact Juliana Morley.
Library Instruction Surveys
If you've recently received library instruction, please complete our Library Instruction Survey. We value your feedback!