Library workshops can help student researchers learn how to search effectively and efficiently. Our classes are designed in collaboration with faculty to support course objectives and specific assignments.
For Summer 2021, we are offering online research workshops and one-on-one support. In cases where the professor and librarian agree there is pedagogical value in meeting with students in the library, and where the librarian is cleared to work on campus and comfortable with teaching in person, library workshops may be held in person. Please find more information about library services on the Library Response to COVID-19 page, and contact us with any questions.
We help ensure that all students attain a high level of information literacy. Faculty tell us that students in classes that receive instruction from a librarian do better research than students in other classes.
What will we do in a workshop?
Talk with your librarian; our workshops are interactive and we customize them to meet your goals. Here are some ideas to get our conversation started. We’re also happy to brainstorm research projects that will both complement both your learning goals and fit within the format of a library workshop.
How can I request a workshop?
Please use the form to email a librarian or contact your library liaison directly. In order to get the time, location and customized content that you want, contact us as early as possible. However, we’ll try to accommodate your request with even a couple of weeks’ notice. We look forward to working with you!