Want your students to stop searching blindly? We can show them how.
Faculty may request library instruction by completing the form below. If you are unsure what will work best for your class, try speaking to a librarian liaison. Students can request one-on-one or group appointments using our research consultation options.
When requesting library instruction, please consider the following:
Research shows that point-of-need library instruction is particularly valuable for students. Plan to request your session when your students will be starting research for a project.
Library instruction is most effective when tailored to a specific assignment. Please include an assignment or description of what your class is working on with the details of your request if possible.
Instructors are required to attend library instruction sessions with their students and should plan to discuss the course and relevant assignments with the assigned librarian before the session.
Instruction requests are filled on a first-come, first-served basis. If the time requested cannot be met, we will work with the faculty member to provide a mutually satisfactory alternative. Please try to allow two weeks' lead time to facilitate adequate preparation; your students will be the ones to benefit.
A librarian will contact you as soon as possible to confirm your request.
Information literacy is critical in today's society. Library instruction activities are just one part of Robert L. Bogomolny Library's Information Literacy Program.
If you have any questions, contact Mike Kiel, Head of Information Literacy & Instruction, at (410) 837-4236 or firstname.lastname@example.org.