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Educational Services

Each college has a librarian assigned to them. Your librarian liaison is here to support you and your courses.

In class instruction

Librarians can partner with faculty as guest lecturers in their courses, assist with curriculum design, assessments, and grading library-related assignments.

Subjects we 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, searching, critical appraisal, and applying to the patient.
  • 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
  • Website Evaluation: How to identify credible websites
CHS Department of Physical Therapy Studies Instructor Gunnar Fillerup, DPT, teaches a n Classroom A at the Pumerantz Library


We partner with CETL to offer faculty development workshops on a variety of topics. We also offer self-paced tutorials on how to use library resources.

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Reach out to discuss how we can integrate into your classroom and suggest topics for trainings.