Our instruction team is here to support you and your students with learning information literacy concepts and research.
For introductory level courses with less-intense research assignments, we provide:
For our Information Literacy General Education Courses, we can provide:
For courses with a strong research component, we provide in-person and online synchronous and asynchronous library instruction. Courses that commonly need this type of instruction include:
Your librarian will work with you to design a session that is tailored to meet the needs of your class, based on the specific research assignment. Our sessions often include:
In-person instruction can take place in a number of locations, including:
What to Expect:
Types of Online Support:
To request online support, contact your Subject Librarian. Don't know who to contact? Email Lucinda Rush, email@example.com for help.
Our Special Collections & University Archives (SCUA) librarians are happy to teach in the SCUA at Perry Library for classes that need to engage with our primary resource collections. Our collections are rich in Tidewater Regional Resources, materials pertaining to the desegregation of Virginia education, ODU history, and more!