A picture of the Biology Library lion from Georges Cuvier's "The Animal Kingdom" (Le Règne Animal)

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NIH Public Access Policy. Did you know that most publications resulting from NIH funded research must be deposited in PubMed Central? The Library can help! Learn More

Contact the
Biosciences Librarian:

Kelli Trei
(217) 244-2503
ktrei2@illinois.edu

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Office Hours:

Tuesdays, 1:00 p.m.- 3:00 p.m.
Please feel free to contact the librarian at any other time by phone or email.

Life Sciences Libraries

 

Library Instruction

Instructional services

A wealth of library resources are available for student and faculty curricular and research needs.   Keeping up with new resources as well as changes in established resources features and functions can be a formidable challenge with your very busy schedule.   Let us help you save time and effort in this endeavor with our many and varied instructional services.  We can provide one-to-one consultations and office calls for faculty, and class sessions as well as one-to-one consultations for students.

Here are just some of the Instructional services the Biology Librarian can provide: 

Request a session by completing the Biology Virtual Library Instruction Request Form.   For further information please contact Kelli Trei, Biosciences Librarian, by e-mail (ktrei2@illinois.edu) or phone (217) 244-2503.


Self-help guides

Self-help guides are available to help students, faculty, and staff learn to use the library and our resources. These are available in print at the Biology Library and online. Our guides include:

If you cannot find a particular guide, please ask a staff member.

 

LEARN to Use the Library

The University Library Central Reference Library has many online tutorials, streaming videos, and other instructional assistance at their LEARN web site.   See also University Library LEARN FAQs.  They also schedule many Savvy Researcher workshops throughout the semester, with the special needs of undergraduate and graduate students in mind.  This is a must stop for any student, and useful for faculty members, too!