Library Instruction Program
Librarians are eager to work with the faculty
to offer sessions on a variety of topics, from traditional print resources
and research strategies, to Internet skills, database searching and emerging
Examples of topics include:
- Library tours
- Print reference tools, including indexes
- Searching the library's online catalog
- Retrieval and evaluation of information from the Internet
- Searching online and CD-ROM databases
Individual sessions can include one or more
of these topics. We can tailor instruction to a specific assignment or provide
an overview of resources in a field of study.
Our library instruction lab includes 13 student
computers and an instructor's computer and projector. The lab also includes
space for use of print materials. Seating is available for 24 students.
For more information or to schedule a session,
please contact Richard Geyer, Reference
Librarian, at extension 4220. Two weeks advance notice is required for all
library instruction reservations.