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This page provides summary information about teaching resources available to new OSU faculty and instructors. Links go to pages with more complete information.
Librarians will consult with you to design meaningful assignments that engage students with library resources and collections. Librarians and archivists teach research skills at strategic points in the curriculum. If your class has a specialized research need, talk with us about hands-on instruction for students.
The library offers workshops on a range of topics. Help your students learn to use library resources and make research easier and more scholarly.
COURSE ASSIGNMENT PAGES
Librarians can tailor a Web page specifically to your class and relevant resources. Tie all of your library resources for students together in one spot.
Help your students find scholarly sources with our tutorials and demos. You can even link to Library Tutorials from your Blackboard Page.
Help your students research more efficiently in a particular discipline by directing them to the appropriate subject guide.
Give your students access to course readings by placing them on reserve.
Are you happy with the quality of sources your students find and use? Librarians will help you assess your students’ research skills, evaluate student bibliographies and identify gaps in their knowledge.
Students who use library collections and services and demonstrate outstanding and original research can receive up to $1,000.
During scheduled hours, your students can find peer tutors and GTAs from the College of Science, the Academic Success Center, the Writing Center, and
Contact us by email, phone, text, chat. We want to answer your questions.
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