Librarians as a Teaching Resource for Undergraduate Research in the Classroom
Director of Research and Instruction Carrie Macfarlane interviews Michelle McCauley, Professor of Psychology, about collaborating with a librarian to teach a research methods class. Read more
From the Article
Students love to do authentic research, and librarians love to help. When you collaborate with a librarian, your students learn the latest tools and techniques, and they’re supported by a colleague who can be trusted to answer questions quickly and compassionately. In the end, when your students turn in their work, you’ll find that you’re much happier with the results.
Are you starting to imagine how you might collaborate with a librarian in your own classes? Please get in touch!
Learn why and how librarians teach research workshops: go/infolit/
Contact your librarian! We’re listed by department here: go/liaisons/
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