Library instructions can help your students
We are here to help your students!
There are many ways to incorporate library instructions into your classes.
Locate a Subject Research Guide (LibGuide). Check out the page for Libguides (http://libguides.rutgers.edu). Find a Libguide that pertains to your class and provide a link to the LibGuide for your students.
Contact a librarian and schedule a library session. Librarians can teach your students how to use the library resources. Please look up the directory of librarians and find one who works in your subject area. (http://www.libraries.rutgers.edu/subject_librarians)
Embed us in your course web site. Do you have a site on Sakai, eCollege or Blackboard? Be sure to add a librarian on your course management site. The librarian can guide your students locating books or journal articles etc.
Link to our library videos. We have created a number of videos that address frequently asked questions. Visit our channel on YouTube and link to any video that would be helpful to your students. http://www.youtube.com/user/lsmlibrarian
Refer your students to a librarian. A student may sometimes need individual attention on doing research. Consider telling the student to contact a librarian who can provide guidance on locating resources.
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