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Instructional Services for Faculty

A variety of instructional services are provided by the Marx Library in order to meet the needs of students, faculty, and staff. Please talk to your needs. We provide a variety of instructional resources tailored to particular information needs, disciplines, and assignments.

In-class library instruction

A cornerstone of our library instruction program is the classroom session designed around the information needs of a particular course. Library instruction has proved most successful when done in collaboration with teaching faculty in response to a particular course objective or assignment. Instruction can be provided in the regular classroom, the library classroom (with 13 computers for hands-on instruction), or the library auditorium. Advance scheduling with a librarian is necessary.

To schedule instruction:

Online course guide (LibGuide)

Librarians can create targeted research guides for course. These guides, known informally as LibGuides, can supplement in-class instruction or serve as a standalone resource.

To request a customized guide for your course:

Services for specific courses

Freshman seminar

Those first-year students enrolled in freshman seminar courses receive a basic introduction to the Marx Library and library research through an online library research tutorial and assigment. For more information, please contact Ellen Wilson (460-6045 or or visit the online tutorial.

English 102

All students enrolled in EH 102 have the opportunity to attend a library session introducing them to sources suitable for the course's required pages. A detailed companion website is also available.


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