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Faculty Library Instruction Request

This form is for Faculty use to make an appointment for entire classes to attend an instructional period.
Do you have any questions? Ask-A-Librarian or Contact Us.

* = Required

*Your Full Name:
*Campus Email Address:
If you are human do not fill in the Confrim Email field.
*Course Subject and Number:
*What Campus does this class meet on?
*What time does your class meet? :
*How long does your class meet? :
*How many students in your class?

What are your preferred dates for instruction? Please give your top 3 choices in order of preference.

*Option 1
*Option 2
*Option 3
Library Instruction Session:
Most Library sessions generally include an introduction to the services and resources that the Library offers including how to navigate the library website. Also included is an introduction to effective database searching to find articles and other sources. Students will generally have time to search on their own and to print/save/cite the articles that they have found and ask questions.

*What would you like the librarian to cover during your instruction session?
Basic Instruction AND: Please select ONE

In addition to the Basic Instruction (creating a research plan or developing and refining a topic) what else would you like them to cover?
Choose up to TWO items from this list

Please describe the student research assignment.
If you would prefer to email an entire document, use the file uploader below.
File Uploader:
*How long would you like the session to last?

Which librarian would you prefer to lead the session?
If you have someone that you have worked with before, or would like to request, choose here:

When you click "Send" a copy of the form, and any attachment, will be emailed to the contact person at the selected campus. A confirmation copy of the email will also be sent to the email address entered on the form.


Please only click submit once, the form may take a moment to process.

  LAST MODIFIED: 5/17/2016