Faculty-Requested Library Instruction
Faculty can request library instruction sessions for their students. These are given by one of the librarians responsible for that area of the curriculum and typically take place during one of the regular class sessions for the course. Usually library instruction sessions last about 50 minutes and are geared to a specific assignment in the class or to provide the students in the class with an overview of library resources in their field of study. Such library instruction sessions can be arranged by interested faculty in coordination with librarians listed below.
Graduate School of Education:
School of Nursing:
College of Osteopathic Medicine:
College of Pharmacy:
Physician Assistant Programs:
Public Health Programs:
Periodically the Library will hold drop-in workshops on a particular library resource. These workshops, unless otherwise advertised, are open to the campus community and are advertised via email and on the Library webpage under "New in the Library." If you have a suggestion for a Library workshop you would like us to hold, please contact the Library Director, Tamara Trujillo.
We are happy to help you individually. Please contact your subject librarian (above) to make an appointment for one-on-one instruction.