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Teaching and Research Online: Library Resources for Faculty

Alternatives to scheduled instruction in the Library or classroom

Possibilities for instructional support include, but are not limited to: 

  • A library research guide tailored to your course or assignment.
  • An instructional video created for a library database or a research process. 
  • A librarian attends a synchronous Zoom session with your class. 
  • A librarian collaborates with you to create a Canvas module tailored to your course or assignment.
  • A librarian visits your in-person class if social distancing protocols can be maintained. 

Library instructional support requests should coincide with specific coursework (e.g. a course assignment,

Please submit instructional support requests at least two weeks prior to your preferred instruction date (allow more time for the creation of instructional videos or Canvas modules).

Unfortunately, we are unable to offer in-person instruction sessions in the library classroom at this time. 

Instructional Support Request