Librarians provide course-specific research instruction to classes. To request research instruction for your class, contact the Librarian for your department directly or use the Instruction Request Form, which will be directed to the librarian serving your area.
Research instruction may involve one or two in-the-library sessions, virtual presentations, participation in a synchronous Q&A session, or having a librarian embedded in your class. Let us know how we can best help you and your students!
Librarians are also available to meet with students one-on-one to discuss their research assignments. Librarians' contact information, research help service hours, and our appointment request form are all available on our Research Help page.
|Name and Contact Information||Subjects|
|Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Earth and Environmental Science, Geography, Health and Physical Education, Mathematics, Nursing, Physics
Open Educational Resources (OER)
|Art and Art History, Historic Preservation, History and American Studies, Music|
|Classics, Communication and Digital Studies, English, Linguistics, Modern Languages and Literatures, Philosophy, Religion, Theatre and Dance|
|Anthropology, Business (all COB), Economics, Education (all COE), Political Science and International Affairs, Psychology, Sociology, Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies|
Special Collections & University Archives also offers specialized library instruction.
Visit the SC&UA Research & Instruction page or email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more.
Each FSEM has an assigned librarian. Your librarian will work with you to help your FSEM students develop the library research skills that they'll need in your class and throughout their time in college. Most FSEMs visit the library for a hands-on workshop with a librarian.
The library also provides an online guide, which replaces the modules used in previous years, and a quiz for your students to take. Two sections of the guide, and the quiz, are required for all FSEM students; for details about these requirements, please speak with April Wynn, the Director of the First-Year Experience.
If you're not sure which librarian is assigned to your FSEM, email the library at email@example.com.