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Library Instruction
Discipline-Specific Instruction

As researchers, scholars and practicioners, we are committed to life-long learning and information literacy. Librarians' roles include teaching information literacy. 

Each library branch has information about its specific instruction services.

What We Offer

Library Instruction

Course instructors can request a librarian to teach one or more course-specific, subject-based library instruction sessions during class time. Contact the subject-specific librarian for your college or school, or fill out our general online request form

Course Materials

Contact the subject-specific librarian for your college or school in order to develop course-specific content that pulls together library research-related resources that can be linked to instructors' course pages.

Research Guides

For subject-specific resources, see our Research Guides.

Some basic information literacy resources can be found through our How Do I guide.

Research Consultations

Make an appointment with the subject-specific librarian for your college or school to discuss pertinent resources, research strategies, and tools for both your courses and your own program of research.

Librarians are faculty at the U of S and maintain active research programs. Please visit the University Library's Supporting Research page to learn how you can collaborate with librarians in your research.

Customized Library Tours

Instructors may request customized tours for classes. To request a customized class tour of any library branch, visit the Tour the University Library guide.