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We offer multiple methods for bringing library instruction into your remote course, including live via Zoom, recorded videos, and other integrated options. Request a session and we'll be in touch.

Planning a course? We’ll work with you to develop customized instruction tailored to your topic area or objectives. 

Whether you’d like to schedule a session for your students, arrange a tour, get help designing an assignment or a course, or more, we’re here to help you meet your goals. 

What we teach

We teach a wide range of sessions that cover topics such as:

  • Accessing and using special collections 
  • Finding, using, evaluating, and citing sources
  • Creating and designing graphics, websites, presentations, data visualizations, games, zines, and more
  • Using tools such as Wikipedia, Omeka, and Twine

These can be taught through interactive activities, directed research or lab time, and other techniques, in a single session or over multiple meetings.

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Choosing an instruction topic only serves as the first part of your conversation with library staff. Together, we’ll design a session that's right for your students.

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