Information Literacy Instruction
Librarians routinely present and provide instruction to classes at all levels. Much of our instruction is related to information literacy and the research process. To schedule an instruction session, contact your subject librarian or the library directly.
Upon request, a subject liaison librarian will travel to an off-campus site to provide face-to-face classroom instruction. Contents of presentations (i. e. PPT slideshows and handouts) can be posted online via the online library subject guides or via Blackboard - just email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research and Course Guides
Research and course guides are online web pages created by librarians to gather subject or course-specific resources and help patrons perform various tasks, such as using library resources or doing research. We offer a number of guides in subjects like Allied Health, Arts and Humanities, Business, Education, Information Literacy, Math and Sciences, Nursing, and Social Sciences.
Research Assistance and Consultation
Students and faculty can receive research assistance through the following:
A librarian is always available at the reference desk to assistance with:
The Course Reserves Collection is comprised of library or personal materials that circulate for 4-hour, 12-hour, 24-hour, or 3-day periods as requested by the faculty. Electronic reserves are available for items in the electronic collections. To place an item on reserve, either visit the library circulation desk or call us at 423-869-7079.
Types of equipment offered by the library include:
For more information on borrowing this equipment, please call the library at 423.869.7079 (toll free: 1.800.325.0900 ext. 7079).