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Ask Your Librarians - Greensburg Campus

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Frequently Asked Questions - Fall 2020

  1. How can I schedule an instruction session with the library?
    You can click here to fill out our online instruction request form. Please submit your request at least two weeks in advance in order for the library to accommodate your request.
  2. Would a librarian join my online-only course for a session(s)?
    Yes! Librarians can join your class online, synchronously or asynchronously. Contact us and we'll arrange it.
  3. Will an information literacy instruction session take up an entire class period?
    Not necessarily. While traditional information literacy instruction sessions typically last around 45-60 minutes, we can also cover topics separately, in multiple shorter sessions. It all depends what works best for your class!
  4. What are my options beyond the traditional information literacy instruction session?
    Librarians are able to teach for shorter spans of time if you do not want to devote an entire class meeting to an instruction session. You can also encourage your students to schedule an online research consultation. Librarians can meet with students one-on-one or in small groups. You can also point students to our many LibGuides that are designed to help them through specific courses. Need a LibGuide for your class? Let us know!

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