Library Instruction Services
The GSU Library offers a variety of instruction services that teach information literacy and research skills needed for academic success.
Faculty-Requested Class Instruction
- Liaison Librarians can teach customized sessions based on the needs of your course and assignments.
- Liaison Librarians can "chunk" topics or objectives, and teach multiple sessions throughout the semester.
- Sessions can be held in campus classrooms that have Internet and a projector.
- Sessions can be held in a library room or library lab. Advance notice is needed to reserve a library room,
and confirmation may depend on room availability.
Curriculum and Online Instructional Support
- Liaison Librarians can embed course-specific LibGuides and other resources in your Blackboard course or website.
- Liaison Librarians can collaborate with professors to develop information-rich assignments.
- Liaison Librarians can participate in synchronous sessions in online classes.
- A compilation of online tutorials and guides is being developed, and will be posted here when complete.
- The GSU Library provides a variety of workshops on academic topics and applications.
- Scheduled library workshops are open to all GSU faculty, students, staff, and community members unless otherwise noted.
- Many workshops teach skills and concepts that are transferable to a variety of courses. Professors can give students
extra credit for attending such workshops.
- Check the Workshop Schedule to see what is being offered each semester.
INDIVIDUAL AND GROUP SESSIONS
- Faculty, students, and staff may request individual instruction by contacting their Liaison Librarian.
- NEW! GSU students, staff, clubs, departments, etc. may request orientations, workshops, or instruction sessions for
a group of three or more attendees. Sessions need to be planned in advance to check librarian and room availability.
CONTACTS TO REQUEST INSTRUCTION AND WORKSHOPS
- Liaison Librarians for GSU academic programs
- Linda Geller, Library Instruction Coordinator
- Visit the Request Instruction or Workshops page for more information