Each college has a liaison librarian dedicated to them.
In class instruction
Librarians can partner with faculty as guest lecturers in their courses, assist with curriculum design, assessments, and grading of library-related assignments.
Subjects that librarians currently teach in-class include:
- • Copyright: What is copyright, fair use, consequences of violating copyright
- • EndNote: How to download, create libraries, use Cite While You Write
- • Evidence-Based Practice: What is Evidence-Based Practice, steps of EBP, background/foreground questions, PICO, levels of evidence
- • Fake News
- • Health Literacy: What is health literacy, how to communicate with your patients, teach back method
- • Library Resources & Searching (College Specific): How to use various library resources (AccessMedicine, Embase, Lexi-Comp, Micromedex, Natural Medicines, Nursing@Ovid, PubMed, etc.; print books)
- • Mindmapping
- • Mobile Apps: What are mobile apps, app recommendations, library provided apps
- • Plagiarism: What is plagiarism, examples, how to avoid it
- • Research Design: Design methodologies
- • Research Process: How to research, staying organized, resources to use, Rule of 20
- • Staying Current with the Literature: Search alerts, RSS feeds, Table of Contents and journal updates
- • Website Evaluation: How to identify credible websites
If you would like to contact a librarian to discuss integration into your classroom, please email the Reference & Outreach Department to set up a consultation.
The library has partnered with CETL to offer workshops for faculty development.
Subjects that librarians currently teach through CETL:
- • Creating Videos on YouTube
- • Data Visualization
- • Digital Preservation
- • Evernote
- • Finding enjoyment in your job
- • Kahoot!
- • Plagiarism
- • Productivity Hacks
- • Making an engaging newsletter
- • Nvivo
- • Teaching with toys
Please see the list of tutorials for self-paced learning.