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Library Resources for Teaching

Librarians in Classes

If you don't need a full research workshop for your class, but you would still like help from a librarian available to your students, then the "Librarian in Classes" option may be for you.

Through the "Librarian in Classes" program, you are partnered with a librarian who is added to your course. You then work with your partner librarian to discuss the research assignment and support needed for your students.

  • The librarian can create a "Research Help" Discussion Board where they can post helpful information and answer questions from students.
  • Librarians can use the E-mail tool in Classes to push Library information and research suggestions to students.
  • Librarians can create links to existing Research Guides or the librarian can create a custom Research Guide for your course.
  • Librarians can link to Video Tutorials from the Library.
  • The possibilities don't end there, it's really up to you and your course librarian to decide how they can best support your students working on research papers and projects. 

To be partnered with a Librarian in Classes, please contact the Head of the Research & Circulation Department at your home campus library: