To schedule a tour or class, contact Stacey McKenna by email at McKenna.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Classes on the Newark Campus can be held in the library classroom (Warner 175), or in your classroom.
We are happy to travel to any of the extended campuses as well.
In addition to teaching classes, we can create a custom LibGuide for your students.
A custom guide can be specifically targeted to an assignment and allow students to access customized resources 24/7.
Why have library instruction for your class? It's a great opportunity for your students!
|Any of our classes can be tailored to a specific course or assignment. We can teach students how to locate books in our library, request books from all over the state, and access peer-reviewed journals articles. We can also teach more advanced level courses which focus on subject-specific databases, and citation mining.|
You may also be interested in having your students go on a tour of the library. This encourages students to explore the different types of resources available, and view the study rooms and spaces available for them.
Your presence is not mandatory, but we find that students generally respond better when the instructor is present. This also gives the instructor an opportunity to ask questions and focus on specific aspects most relevant to the course, as well as a change to see changes in the library first hand.