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Library Instruction Request Form

Tips for a Successful Session

  • Contact the library at least two weeks prior to the session to reserve a room and talk with an instruction librarian and allow them to prepare for teaching.
  • The library schedules as many as 200 classes each semester, so please contact us before you add library instruction to your syllabus.
  • Schedule the session close to the time when students will actually need to be using the library. Make it relevant!
  • Provide us a copy of the assignment and learning outcomes.
  • Accompany your class to the library session and add your comments and questions.

To schedule a library session or find out what the library can offer your class, please complete and submit the following form or send an email to Instruction Librarian Nicco Pandolfi.

Request form



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Please enter the preferred date and time and two alternative dates for your tour (required).
To allow us to better prepare for your class, we appreciate a minimum of one week's notice when scheduling an instruction session.

ex: Mon, 1/27/03 2–3:30 p.m.

See "General Comments" below if you would like to schedule multiple visits; two visits are recommended for all ENG111 classes.

  • What are the top three desired learning outcomes?
  • Specific research strategies or resources to cover?

  Yes   No

If you would like multiple library sessions, please describe in the box below.

List the dates you would prefer for the visits. Please try to choose the same day of the week for each section's visits. (Ex: If you have a MW class coming for two visits, please try to choose either all Mondays or all Wednesdays for both of that section's visits.)

Note: Based on library staff schedules, we cannot guarantee that a particular staff member can provide instruction.

Email a copy of the assignment to Instruction Librarian Nicco Pandolfi.

Picture of English Instructor Dianne Owens

"The Information Literacy Workshops provide my first-year composition students the opportunity to learn research skills and then apply them through hands-on activities. These resources and the staff's expertise are invaluable to my students."


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