Every department has a subject librarian, who is available for one-to-one, or small group, research assistance. Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to make appointments with their subject librarians. We look forward to working with you!
Faculty can contact their subject librarian to provide instruction for the particular research needs of their classes. This can be an in-person class or Zoom-based, and/or include a tailored Web-based course guide. Below is a link to the Course Guides currently in use. Please contact your Subject Librarian if you'd like to arrange for library instruction. If you are teaching a general course, and would like an information literacy component, contact Nancy Lewis.
We have developed First Year Student Information Literacy Guidelines, and are happy to work with instructors to help achieve these goals.
We also offer a credit-bearing Information Literacy course:
LBR 200 - Information Literacy, 3 credits, meets Social Context and Institutions General Education requirement; offered online in the fall.
We have several guides highlighting Fogler resources on diverse population groups:
Reference Services also coordinates a variety of events designed to engage the campus community with information resources.
Check our Calendar for the latest schedule.
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