The University Libraries offers in-class library instruction. Faculty interested in including library instruction in their lesson plans are encouraged to contact their library liaison to create a session tailored for the course goals or a specific assignment. For a list of suggested topics, please refer to the Menu of Options for Instruction*. To request instruction, please use our contact form or contact the liaison librarian in your subject area. Note: Instructors for ENG 101/101H/103, TRS 201, HSTR 101, and PHIL 201/202 should contact Pete Ramsey, Coordinator of Instruction and Engagement Services, at email@example.com.
The modules in this self-paced, online tutorial serve as a primer for using library resources here at Catholic University. Each module focuses on a particular step of research, including choosing and narrowing a topic, determining a research strategy, determining where to search, locating resources, and using information ethically. Quizzes that correspond to each module in Library 101 may also be installed into a Blackboard course. Instructors who wish to make use of the quizzes should contact Pete Ramsey, Coordinator of Instruction and Engagement Services, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students, faculty, and staff wishing to get on-one-on help with library tools and resources are encouraged to schedule an individual consultation. To schedule a consultation, please submit a request using Meet With a Librarian or contact the liaison librarian in your subject area.
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