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Welcome to McFarlin Library Instructional Services!
Library instruction is the process of training library users how to approach information needs. I am happy to provide virtual class instruction, tutorials, video lessons, or how-to videos to help support your class instruction. Once classes resume on campus, we will return to offering in-class lessons and support. Please let us know how we can help.
Research Guides by Subject
Use these guides for in depth research assistance on a variety of subject areas.
The tutorials cover a variety of research skills which will be useful to you in your university classes. They are developed to allow you to learn on your own, at your convenience and at your own pace.
Personal Research Trainer
One-on-one session with a reference librarian. Bring the assignment you are working on and pick up search strategies and available resources for your topic.
Services for Faculty
Librarians can work with faculty to tailor library and information resources instruction to specific courses and to assist in creating workable library assignments.
Course Specific Resource Guides
Check out these special guides for help with your classes. If you don't see your class listed here, ASK A LIBRARIAN! to create one for your class.
No appointment is necessary. Just go to the Library Service Desk on the Plaza Level and let the staff member know that you would like a tour.
Student Success Librarian