Modes of Library Instruction Available
Request Library Instruction Session
Librarians can provide instruction for in person, hybrid, and online courses. Contact the subject librarian for your department to request an instruction session, or use the form to request instruction.
Guides & Tutorials for Instructional Support
Online guides and tutorials help students discover and utilize subject-specific resources, and learn valuable research skills. Librarians can work with instructors to build guides and tutorials for specific courses, which can be embedded directly in Canvas. Additionally, librarians can create instructional videos, Canvas quizzes, or research assignments for instructors to utilize in their teaching.
Orientations for programs or majors
We encourage you to schedule a library orientation session for your program or major. Librarians can help students understand what the Library can offer them during their time at Le Moyne, while highlighting the specific library resources that may be most useful for that program or major.
Subject librarians can meet with students individually to work on research projects. This is especially effective if students are required to meet with the librarian for course credit, but instructors can recommend individual consultations when not required.
Librarians Embedded in Canvas
If you don't want an instruction session or a specific tutorial created for your course, you could consider embedding your subject librarian in your Canvas course to assist with any reserach related questions, or to hold office hours. This allows the students an easy point of contact to ask for research support.
Each section of COR 100 at Le Moyne College has a librarian led instruction session that focuses on student learning outcomes. These sessions are coordinated by the Instructional Services Librarian.