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Library Instruction Options
There are a number of ways that the Science Library can help your students become better information researchers. Options include:
- In-Class Instruction: Paige Dhyne can come into your class and present help customized to your assignments. Most sessions also include a LibGuide to help students after the session. Sessions can be during class or lab time and cover as many days as you need.
- Course Library Guide: A Library Guide (LibGuide) can be created just for your class and its assignments. Ideally, the guide would be introduced during a live instruction session in class, but guides can be used on their own.
- One-on-One or Group Student Consultations: Students can set up appointments to meet with the Science Librarian as groups or individuals.
- Workshops: Out-of-class workshops can be held on special topics for groups of classes or entire departments. Student attendance must be required for a workshop to be offered.Collaborations on generalized workshops for all science departments are welcome and encouraged.
If you have an idea for library instruction that could help your students that you don't see listed above, please let Paige Dhyne know.