Library Instruction: Partnering with Faculty for Student Success
Request a Library Instruction Class
- Form to request a library instruction class for your students.
- Contact Meg Grotti, Coordinator of Library Instruction (Reference Department phone (302) 831-6230; e-mail email@example.com).
- For instruction related to rare books, manuscripts, and archives, email Timothy Murray (firstname.lastname@example.org) or call the Special Collections department at (302) 831-2229.
- For instruction related to multimedia literacy, email Hannah Lee (email@example.com) or call the Student Multimedia Design Center at (302) 831-2965
Assistance for Faculty and Instructors
The Library provides a number of services and resources for faculty and instructors at the University of Delaware.
The University of Delaware Library is committed to implementing library instruction throughout the curriculum. For more information about information literacy and how it can play a part in your teaching see the Information Literacy webpage.
Reference and Instructional Services librarians can provide sessions for ELI classes.
Workshops emphasize new resources and services and provide opportunities for hands-on practice.
Orientations and Tours
Whether you are affiliated with the University of Delaware, a local high school, or some other institution, you can arrange for a library orientation or group tour.
Learn how to do research, develop search strategies, and locate sources by using library Research Guides.
Tutorials are guides to aspects of the research process.