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Instruction for Groups

Most of our library instruction sessions are course-related classes coordinated with faculty. If you think your class could benefit from a library instruction session, contact your professor and suggest a library session for your class.

We've taught sessions for graduate business students, and for students in specific residence halls. If you're interested in setting up a session like this outside of a class, contact us.

See also: Instruction services for faculty.

Meet with a Librarian for One-on-One Instruction

Librarians are available to meet with faculty, staff, and students one-on-one to assist with your research needs. These sessions can be general ("How can I get full-text articles from the library's databases?") or specific ("I need information on this particular topic.")

To request a meeting with a Gleeson Librarian, fill out a Meet with a Librarian form, and we will attempt to get back to you within two business days to suggest a time to meet.