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Are you offering Library Instruction for my class?
For faculty who would like to offer library instruction for their classes:
The DePaul University Library is committed to help DePaul faculty and students succeed in this time of uncertainty. The Library is prepared to support your learning objectives and students in person and online.
Please contact your liaison librarian to discuss different ways to meet your learning objectives. Some possibilities are:
- Zoom meetings may be one alternative to an in-person library instruction session.
- A video or other asynchronous tutorial that may be posted to your D2L.
- Recommend your students schedule a research consultation online through our Ask a Librarian service. The consultation could take place via online chat, phone or Zoom.
- A customized guide for your specific course. For a full list of our research guides, visit https://libguides.depaul.edu/?b=g&d=a