The Graduate Library offers instructional services to the University community in support of the research and teaching of faculty, students and staff. To request an instructional session, please complete the Request Form.
Individual and Small Group Instruction at the Library
The Library offers workshops and seminars on a wide-range of subjects. Faculty and Grauate Students can check the Faculty Exploratory for information on class schedules and individualized assistance. The Knowledge Navigation Center provides individualized instruction for faculty, students and staff on the use of multimedia technology tools including scanning, web page development, image manipulation, bibliographic management software (EndNote or ProCite) and much more. Subject specialists are available to work with researchers individually or in small groups to identify sources of information and to assist in retrieving and using library materials.
Subject specialists from the Library can support instructors' efforts to develop and enhance the library research and information literacy skills of their students.
Subject specialists are available to:
- Collaborate on creating class assignments designed to help students learn library use
- Develop web pages to guide students to course-relevant library resources
- Teach classes on library resources, the research process and related matters
Any questions about Graduate Library instructional services may be directed to Doreen Bradley, 2178 Shapiro Library, 734-764-7492, firstname.lastname@example.org. View additional information about instruction across the University Library.