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Distance Library Services: Library Instruction

for distance students

Librarian Liaisons to depts.

The library has a subject liaison model where the library faculty is a liaison to a specific department. He or she provides library instrution, creates subject specific research guides, does collection development and works closely with departmental faculty on various issues. The detailed librarian liaison duites are available at http://www.salisbury.edu/library/subject/liaison-duties.html

 Here's a list of the library faculty liaision as well as the academic faculty liaison to the department http://www.salisbury.edu/library/subject/index.html

For Students

Did you know that we can deliver one-on-one instruction to you via:

  • synchronous instruction through Adobe Connect
  • LibGuides created for specific courses
  • specific tutorials
  • instruction via phone, email, chat, and Skype
  • short tutorial links sent via email

Library Instruction (Information Literacy)

What is Library Instruction?
 
Students at Salisbury University should be aware of the wide variety of print and electronic information resources available to them and should be able to conduct effective library research by learning how to identify, access, retrieve and evaluate appropriate information for their needs (information literacy).
 
To achieve this, 
librarians are readily available to teach library instruction sessions tailored toward a curricular or research need.  

 

For Faculty:

Library instruction at Salisbury University may take any number of forms:
        an 
individual class session (one or more 50 or 75 minute class periods)
        an individual class session combined with one of the following:
             resource-specific orientation
             class assignment
             library-related assignment or activity
        collaborative course teaching
        a small group session
        an individual student session 
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Library instruction is available on a first-come, first-served basis to all Salisbury University classes at the request of the course instructor (please allow a two-week lead time). 

 For more information how to incoporporate Information Literacy in your specific courses, please visit http://www.salisbury.edu/library/instruction/infolit.html 
 

 

Research Clinics

The librarians offer research clinics twice a year (April and November). These are workshops on various topics for small groups or they could be individual sessions. Although we promote Research Clinics for particular time of the year, if you need help, please contact us anytime. Your librarian liaison will be glad to help you with your research needs.

Here's the current offerings for Research Clinics http://www.salisbury.edu/library/clinics.html

 

Contact

Mou Chakraborty
Contact:
mxchakraborty@salisbury.edu