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Have you told your students about our study guides yet? They are a great source of tips and advice. If your course doesn't have its own study guide, or if you'd like to see something added to it, just let us know!
Set up an information literacy session for your class.
We can teach any part of the research process: selecting a topic, refining your thesis, choosing research sources, finding results in the databases, peer-reviewed sources, primary vs. secondary sources, analyzing a source for quality, in-text citations, and citing a source using APA or MLA style (including use of NoodleBib).
Want a librarian present in Canvas to help with student research needs? You got it! Just contact the library or one of us individually to arrange for one.
What does an embedded librarian do?
Lots of things; we'll cater our presence to your needs. In the past, we've made instructional videos, participated in discussion forums, recommended resources, and answered research questions in student emails.