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Teaching Support

Teaching & Learning: support for faculty, TAs and instructors

Learn more about the Libraries teaching tools and services, ways we can improve your students' research skills, and see examples of successful faculty-librarian partnerships.

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Emily Keller teaching
"I learned maybe twice as much in forty five minutes as I have in eight months just bumbling around the library on my own." - student
Amanda Hornby teaching
“Our librarian worked with us in class several times until we understood how to create a research question, narrow it down and slice it up until it was a GOOD one.  I will never be afraid of research again...”  -student after course-integrated library workshop
Hyokyoung Yi at EAL
“…Not only were the sessions themselves wonderful, with engaging brainstorming exercises for students and helpful instruction/search time, but the librarians also provided great feedback for students and made themselves available to students for their individual projects afterward…” – faculty member
Librarian at the reference desk
“The library sessions were awesome! The librarians have made this quarter possible, and I am much more confident in my abilities to navigate this museum of knowledge.” - student
Cass Hartnett teaching
“There's something magical about working in the library with you -- I can hardly believe it, but I'm actually looking forward to teaching this class again! “ – faculty member
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Teacher in classroom
“…I just wanted to thank you again for a fantastic workshop yesterday. Quite a few students commented on how they feel more confident finding different dictionaries and articles through the library...” – faculty member
Linda Whang teaching
“…thank you again for the wonderfully informative presentation on library use, research, and resources that you presented to my class yesterday.  More than one student came up to me afterward and told me how useful it had been.  Your creation of links for specific classes is a particularly considerate move.  Many, many thanks!...” – faculty member