Students, please use our Ask a Librarian 24/7 Resource Link below to see the many ways you can reach us.
Faculty, librarians are offering instruction and class support face to face, and online in synchronous and asynchronous modes.
Please contact your subject liaison librarian to schedule or submit our request for instruction form.
Librarians can help you learn how to conduct your research efficiently; locate the most useful, relevant, and academic sources for assignments; and assist you in learning how to cite and use the information you locate in your own work.
The library has research guides, citation help, and more to help you locate the information you need and use it appropriately and effectively. You can always ask a librarian for more help as well!
Librarians can schedule customized instruction to be delivered to your class in the library classroom, your classroom, or online, as well as collaborate with you to create class research guides and assist you and your students with questions about library resources or research.
Please note - this calendar is subject to change. To confirm a class or check on the most recent schedule, please contact us at the Holman Library reference desk at (253) 931-6480.
Information literacy is a set of abilities requiring students to recognize when they need information and enabling them to ethically access, evaluate, and synthesize the needed information for academic, career, or personal gain.
The librarians at Green River College seek to take an active role in infusing Information Literacy into student learning across campus.