Librarians will attend as a guest lecturer.
Use a variety of teaching methods and interactive activities to work with students.
Session times are selected by faculty when completing the request form
15 minute sessions are available to give a quick introduction to library services, citation, or other Information Literacy topic.
30 to 90 minute sessions are available for more in-depth research skills and topics.
Topics may include research skills, popular and scholarly sources, keywords, peer-review process, and evaluating information or other information and media literacy topics.
To schedule instruction fill out the:
Or contact the Reference Desk at 517.483.1615 and a librarian will assist you with placing your request.
Online assignments allow you to incorporate research and information literacy skills into your online classroom. Check out some of the library assignments being used across campus.
If you are looking to incorporate basic research and information literacy concepts, we have a variety of tools to help you. Check out the different videos, tutorials, and research guides that you incorporate into your classroom on the Tutorials & Videos page in this guide. Contact Chuck Page, firstname.lastname@example.org for more info.
Individual research appointments are available for students to self book for 30 minutes. Appointments must be scheduled at least 48 hours in advance and can take place in WebEx or by phone.
During the appointment librarians will work with students to:
Please contact Ami Ewald, email@example.com if you have more questions about requiring appointments in your classes.
The appointment check-in form can be used to help students prepare for an appointment and to verify their attendance afterwards by reflecting on their experience.