Instructors can arrange Library Instruction for an entire class. We welcome faculty to contact us to schedule instruction for their classes in research techniques related to specific course work. Most classes are held in Butler 314, our technology-enhanced classroom.
Library 100 (LIB100)
Begin the semester by enrolling in Library 100, a one-credit course which is designed to provide students with a fundamental background in library research methods. Learn how to use the library more efficiently. Take advantage of the wide variety of resources available. Most Library 100 sessions take place in CyberQuad, the library’s electronic classroom, where you’ll get valuable hands-on searching experience. You can better prepare for classes and for future endeavors: in school, in the workplace, and for personal enjoyment.
Library 300 (LIB300)
Library 300 is a three-credit course which provides students with an understanding of advanced library research skills, along with critical thinking and evaluation skills. It enables students to apply this knowledge in selecting and using appropriate print and electronic sources to conduct specialized research. Library 300 is recommended for upper level students and students planning to pursue graduate studies.