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Instruction at the University Libraries

Instruction & Information Literacy

The University Libraries offer options to tailor research instruction to the needs of your students, whether your classes are meeting online or in-person. Librarians offer specialized instruction to classes in varied disciplines, from first-year Writing Program classes to advanced graduate seminars.  Options include in-person, physically distanced instruction, online presentations for students using Zoom, WebEx, or other web conferencing apps, and online research guides and videos students can access anytime. We'd like to collaborate with you to prepare your students to successfully complete their assignments and share research skills that contribute to lifelong information literacy. 

Request Instruction

Request instruction by linking to the instruction request form, or use the tabs on this page to learn more about instructional options.