Reference librarians meet frequently with classes to introduce students to library research. Any faculty member whose course assignments require the use of library resources, or whose students may be new to the campus or to the research process, is encouraged to schedule a library instruction session. Librarians will provide instruction in developing information literacy skills and applying library research strategies, including the use of basic or specialized research tools in all formats.
Generally classes are held in the Library Computer Lab (Room 331). Instructors are required to accompany classes to maximize the session's effectiveness and are asked to provide librarians with a copy of class assignments or research topics ahead of time.
We provide orientation tours and instructional sessions for groups of college-bound students from area schools, as well as for other interested groups.
To schedule a class session with a librarian or an orientation tour, contact Brad Gee: firstname.lastname@example.org or 715-425-3552.