Introduction to using the library for general education and 1st and 2nd year courses
Integrated User Services department provides introductory library sessions and tours to support information and media literacies in the general education curriculum and provide course-specific instruction tied to the information and media literacy goals of academic departments.
Discipline-specific instruction for upper division undergraduates and graduate students
Research Services Librarians provide classes and seminars on library research and literature reviews for upper division undergraduates, graduate students, and faculty. Sessions are tailored to meet the needs of specific disciplines, courses, and assignments. See the following link for a list of Research Services Librarians.
Specialized Instruction using technologies as well as rare and specialized materials
The Studio provides instruction to assist with media-based class assignments ranging from orientations to demonstrations of specific software. Click to request instruction.
Map Services offers individuals and groups assistance and instruction in the selection and use of cartographic and geospatial data resources. Detailed information available here
Special Collections provides instructional assistance for classes working directly with primary source materials teaching students how to verify sources, explore clues, and locate evidence. Click to request instruction.
Pendergrass Agriculture & Veterinary Medicine Library
Pendergrass Librarians provide comprehensive instructional services for the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, including introduction to library services, and information literacy. Visit them on the web.
George F. Devine Music Library
Music Librarians provide instructional services for the performance areas such as applied music, band, and choral conducting as well as musicology, music theory, music education, and jazz/studio music. Visit them on the web.