Teaching, Learning, and Academic Support supports a variety of teaching and learning needs across campus, from Freshman Composition I and first year experience courses through advanced research and scholarship preparation through the Savvy Researcher workshop series. This site contains a variety of course-integrated and self-paced guides supporting classes and skill development, as well as information for instructors to arrange workshops and class sessions to support their curriculum and learning outcomes.
- Composition I classes– Requests for course-integrated library sessions and library class pages for students are available for Rhetoric 105, Rhetoric 101/102, ESL 112/115, and Communication 111/112, as well as for Communication 101.
- First year experience classes–Course integrated instruction, class guides, and workshops are available for General Studies 102, the LAS 100, 101, and 102 series, and TRIO classes.
- English as a Second Language–We work with instructors on both course-integrated and self-paced learning opportunities for graduate students enrolled in ESL 512, 515, 522, 525, and 592.
- Government Information – Request workshops and course-integrated instruction sessions on finding/using sources from the federal, state, and international governments as well as inter-governmental organizations. Example topics can include: Finding government sources for research in various disciplines such as health, education, technology, policy, history, etc.; Understanding/using government data and statistics; Citing government information sources.
- Savvy Researcher Workshops – Over 60 sessions designed to meet the information management and advanced research needs of students, faculty, and staff. Our workshops cover a wide variety of advanced research and information management topics, and can be requested for graduate student study groups, faculty meetings, departmental events, etc.