To schedule an instruction session, click here to fill out our instruction request form or contact your librarian directly using the list below.
|ACADEMIC PROGRAM||SUBJECT LIBRARIAN|
|Communication Disorders||Susan Clerc|
|Computer Science||Diana Hellyar|
|Counseling/School Psychology||June Cheng|
|Curriculum Lab||June Cheng|
|Curriculum & Learning||June Cheng|
|Earth Science||Diana Hellyar|
|Educational Leadership||June Cheng|
|Environment, Geography, & Marine Sciences||Lisa Bier|
|Exercise Science/Health Ed.||June Cheng|
|Information & Library Science||Jamie Aschenbach|
|Marriage & Family Therapy||Lisa Bier|
|Media Studies||Susan Clerc|
|Political Science||Lisa Bier|
|Public Health||Rebecca Hedreen & Lisa Bier|
|Recreation, Tourism, & Sport Management||Hayley Battaglia|
|Social Work||Lisa Bier|
|Special Collections||Paul Holmer|
|Special Education & Reading||June Cheng|
|Women's Studies||Kari Swanson|
|World Languages||Jacqueline Toce|
Buley Library offers a variety of library research instruction opportunities in the use of its resources and services to all members of the University community. The Subject Specialist Librarians provide course related and individual instruction, teaching students how to better locate, evaluate, and use information, in order to become independent, life-long learners. We offer a wide range of ways to get your students doing research correctly and efficiently. All library instruction can be adjusted for remote learning and online classes.
If you feel that most of your students are competent in the library, but a few need specialized assistance, please be aware that librarians will meet with individuals or small groups. If you feel they all need more help, but you don't have the time to devote an entire class to the library, you could require your students to meet with a librarian and provide proof in the form of an email or official appointment through SSC Campus. We can also provide in-depth research consultation sessions. Contact your subject librarian for more information.
You can also direct your students to our Library Tutorial.