We take a team approach to delivering instruction across locations and departments. Librarians work together in disciplinary teams and receive instructional design support from the Teaching & Learning Department. A member of our team will follow up with you after your request is submitted.
To ensure a successful learning experience for your students, we highly recommend that you:
Instructors are expected to be present during in-person/synchronous Library workshops. It is crucial that instructors be on hand to answer questions about the research assignment if they arise. In addition, experience has shown that students are more engaged when the instructor participates in the session.
Please submit one request for each course section.
For University Seminar classes, please see US1100 Tours & Tutorials. For English 1310 & 1320 classes, please see the First Year Research Program.
Research Tutorials are recommended for every course with research or library-related assignments. This ensures students can refer to content at their point of need. Tutorials can be delivered through various methods, including multiple options in Canvas. See our Instructor's Guide for more information, or consult with your Librarian after they respond to your request.
Research Tutorial topics include:
*Indicates tutorials end with a worksheet that has students practicing what they learned on their own research. That worksheet can be exported as a Word document so they can use their work in their class project/paper.