Examples of topics to discuss with a librarian in 15 minutes (with links to resources)
Advanced topics to discuss with a librarian (with links to resources)
Teaching students how to use the library resources for their studies has multiple options, such as incorporating library and information literacy components into your class asynchronously in Canvas, taking advantage of the Research Guides, and requesting synchronous library instruction. See also a related Guide: Teaching at SEBS with Library Resources or check out the Online Library Resources module in the SEBS Online Teaching Toolkit in Canvas, which also includes up-to-date presentations and a live search, recorded at the end of August. Please don't hesitate to reach out and talk to a librarian to find the best solution for your class.
Based on requests and questions at the Chang Science Library, below is a selection from a large collection of research guides created and updated by Rutgers librarians.
Subject Guides on topics of interest at SEBS/NJAES
Guides on General Topics related to research and teaching at SEBS/NJAES
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