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New Faculty Orientation Guide: Teaching Support

An overview of Priddy Library services.

Teaching with the Library

The Priddy Library provides general as well as subject-specific instruction sessions to enhance students' research skills. Sessions range from an overview of basic library resources to advanced subject specific research projects. Instruction may be tailored to class needs to assist students in completing their assignments.

If you would like to schedule an instruction session for your class contact your liaison librarian to discuss your specific class needs.

 

 

Use Our Subject Guides

The library staff develops subject guides (LibGuides) with relevant and useful resources including databases, journals, and videos. View all of the subject guides. LibGuides act as a gateway to specific research resources, strategies and support for both broad subjects and specific courses. These guides incorporate Web 2.0 tools such as streaming videos, RSS feeds, and interactive polls

 Please check back often for new guides.

 

What are Liaison Librarians?

Your library liaison is here to be a partner in your  teaching, learning and research programs. One way the library staff can better serve students and faculty is to be more closely connected with the faculty.

Library staff available to work with academic departments and programs include:

Eileen Harrington photo Eileen Harrington: Health & Life Sciences

Irene Munster photo Irene Münster: History, Criminal Justice, Political Science

 Greta  Greta Ober-Beauchesne interim - Business, Education, Psychology and Social Work

 

 

Your liaison librarian can provide:

  • Specialized, one-on-one research assistance
  • Partnering with you to conduct library instruction sessions for your course
  • Answering questions for you about the library's services