The Teaching, Learning, and Academic Support library provides instruction and workshops for a variety of programs on campus. Instructors who would like to schedule a session or work with our team to design a session or workshop should fill out one of the forms linked below. If you’re not sure which form to use, please contact us directly at email@example.com
- Composition I classes– Requests for course-integrated library sessions 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. If you would like to discuss these options for your class, or would like to schedule something, contact Student Success Librarian, María Emerson, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- English as a Second Language–We work with instructors on both course-integrated and self-paced learning opportunities for undergraduates enrolled in ESL 112 and 115 and graduate students enrolled in ESL 512 and 515
- 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.