Library Instruction Request

Library Class:  Select
Invite a librarian to speak to your students. Librarians will customize instruction to meet your students’ needs, from library orientations to advanced research concepts. Let a librarian help take the confusion out of the research process for your students. Please allow at least one week advanced notice.

K-12 School Visits:  Select
High school teachers are encouraged to contact the Libraries to request library research classes and/or tours. Requests for research classes must be received at least 3 weeks prior to your desired visit date. Due to facility limitations, school groups’ research classes are limited to Fridays only. However, tours can be provided on any business day.

Library Tours:  Select
Request a walking tour for one of our five library facilities. Library tours can help students get acquainted with the organization of our libraries, collections, and basic library services and resources. Please allow at least two weeks advanced notice.

Workshops:  Select
The University Libraries can customize a library presentation for your student organization, campus unit or group meeting. Schedule an interactive library activity or learn more about citation management software (e.g. RefWorks or EndNote), GIS resources, copyright, or other special topics. Please allow at least 3 to 4 weeks advanced notice.

Please provide a description of your course and detail relevant class assignments


K-12 School Visits
Please provide a description of your class.

Pick a Friday: Library classroom instruction is limited to Fridays. Tours are available throughout the week.
Pick a Friday: Library classroom instruction is limited to Fridays. Tours are available throughout the week.

Workshop or Presentation

Please let us know if you need accommodations due to a disability (wheelchair access, visual impairments, etc.). In order to provide the best experience possible, requests should be made a least one week in advance.

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