Research Instruction Sessions
Librarians are available to consult with you on a tailored instruction session for your class. We have several pre-planned modules that we offer to lower level courses that you are welcome to add to your session. For some ideas of what these are, please visit the Library Orientation and Tours webpage or the Library Support for First Year Seminar page.
In addition to those pre-planned modules, we can also teach specific databases or resources, or any combination that best suits the needs of your class and your students. We can easily adapt our instruction to meet the needs of your course and assignments. We are happy to teach these sessions in our classroom, Library 201, or in your classroom. Librarians are happy to travel to the Regional Campuses as well.
To schedule an instruction session in our classroom, please check the calendar below for free dates, and then use our Request Instruction form:
To schedule an instruction session held at the regional campuses or online, you may use the request form above or contact Karla Aleman, Distance Instruction Librarian, directly at 606-783-5114 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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