Integrate library instruction into your classroom. Librarians can partner with you in teaching research, evaluation, and searching skills, creating things using 3D printers and other technologies, and Digital Humanities. Sessions may be held in one of our library labs or your classroom. We also offer virtual sessions by Zoom or other online platforms. 

Librarians can also develop asynchronous instructional materials including videos, web-based interactive tutorials, or online guides to research resources. See examples of videos on searching databases such as PubMed or JSTOR; videos on research strategyinteractive tutorials; and online guides to research resources. Please allow additional lead time when requesting asynchronous modules. 

Instructors may request sessions designed to meet the specific needs of their courses by using our online request form, or by contacting the individuals listed below. For virtual instruction, select the library or subject area most relevant to your course content.

Main Library
Science Library
Miller Learning Center
Curriculum Materials Library, Aderhold
For instruction sessions in any of these locations, please use our online Instruction Request Form.

Digital Humanities / Research and Computational Data Management
DigiLab, Main Library
Request Form

Science Library
Andrew Johnson

Special Collections and Archives
Rare Books, University Archives, Georgiana Collection, Peabody Archives, Maps, Russell Library for Political Research, etc.
SCL Instruction Request Form