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Murray Library

 
 
Library Instruction for Undergraduates, Graduates, Faculty & Sessionals
Undergraduate Students

Orientation Tours
To learn how to use online resources and to find information about the library, attend one of these 50 minute sessions, offered near the beginning of the fall and winter terms.  Each session includes both a 20-minute walking tour and a 30-minute hands-on orientation to the Library's web site. Participants who wish to participate in only the walking tour are welcome to do so.  Contact Eva Wong at 306-966-5988.

Drop-in Sessions
Drop in for help with finding journal articles and books for your essays. Each session focuses on a specific subject area (such as history or English literature) and all are offered near the middle of the fall term. Contact your liaison librarian.

 
Graduate Students

Research Consultations
Make an appointment with the liaison librarian for your subject area to learn about pertinent resources, research strategies, and tools such as RefWorks.

Orientation Tours

To learn how to use online resources and to find information about the library, attend one of these 50 minute sessions, offered near the beginning of the fall and winter terms.  Each session includes both a 20-minute walking tour and a 30-minute hands-on orientation to the Library's web site. Participants who wish to participate in only the walking tour are welcome to do so.  Contact Eva Wong at 306-966-5988.

Drop-in Sessions
These 50-80 minute sessions focus on a specific subject area (such as history of English literature) and are offered near the middle of the fall term. Contact your liaison librarian to see what is being offered in your subject areas.

 
Faculty & Sessionals

Research Consultations
Make an appointment with the liaison librarian for your subject area to learn about pertinent resources, research strategies, and tools such as RefWorks.

In Class Seminars
Instructors may request a librarian to teach one or more research sessions during class time.  Contact your liaison librarian.

Course Web Pages
Contact your liaison librarian in order to develop a course-specific web-page that pulls together library and research-related resources and can be linked to PAWS, WebCT or instructors' personal pages.