In previous years, before [my] LibGuide, the students were pretty lost in this type of research unless they came to me individually for lengthy private tutoring on using the databases. With the LibGuide online, I felt that students this last year were more competent in [completing their research assignment], whether they came to see me or not. I spent a good deal less time tutoring because the students didn’t feel the need to come to me to learn how to navigate the databases.
--Dr. Sayre N. Greenfield, PhD, Professor of English, Pitt Greensburg Campus
This is PERFECT!!! I love the LibGuide and the students will too!!!
--Dr. Lovie J. Jackson, PhD, Professor of Social Work, Pitt Oakland Campus
The University of Pittsburgh University Library System has implemented a new way to organize and showcase library resources and services available to Pitt faculty and students for research and study.
LibGuides are a content management and information sharing system designed specifically for libraries. The platform allows for easy navigation through and instruction on core and relevant resources in a particular subject field, class, or assignment.
Furthermore, this platform effectively invites collaboration between librarians and instructors to meet the research needs of a particular department, class, or assignment.
The LibGuide platform allows us to:
To request a LibGuide on the Oakland Campus, contact:
On a regional campus? Contact your regional library.
|Bradford:||Kimberly Bailey, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Greensburg:||Kelly Safin, email@example.com|
|Johnstown:||Paul Bond, firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Titusville:||Marc Ross, email@example.com|
Utilize the quick links list to find answers the questions below within the guide.