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Request Library Instruction

Faculty can request instruction for their classes. Librarians will create tailored, "point of need" instruction. To enable us to prepare, please provide:

  • A minimum of one week’s notice to schedule instruction
  • A copy of your assignment at least one week in advance.

To request library instruction, please complete the form below, or contact Jody Segal, the library instruction coordinator, directly.

  • Collection Development (All Divisions): Marji MacKenzie, ext. 2101
  • Instruction Coordinator: Jody Segal, ext. 2103
Instruction Liaison Librarians by Division
Division Department Liaison Librarian
Business, Law, and Education All Jody Segal, ext. 2103
Continuing & Community Ed. All Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
English All Jody Segal, ext. 2103
Fine Arts All Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
Health Sciences All Jody Segal, ext. 2103
Humanities All Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
Intensive English Program (IEP) All Jennifer Rohan, ext. 2102
Mathematics All Jennifer Rohan, ext. 2102
Science All Jody Segal, ext. 2103
Social Science All Jennifer Rohan, ext. 2102
Technology All Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
Trades All Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
Transitional Studies & Wellness    
  English Language Learning (ELL) Jennifer Rohan, ext. 2102
  Health and Wellness Jennifer Rohan, ext. 2102
  High School Completion (HSC) Katie Cunnion, ext. 2104
  Transitional Studies Jody Segal, ext. 2103

Library Instruction

Library instruction works best when:

  • Students have an assignment that requires them to use research or library resources.

  • The librarian and instructor are collaborators and have discussed ahead of time the assignment, topics or themes, where students are in the process, outcomes and other key info. If you would like, librarians are happy to help you plan a research assignment.

  • Students know the assignment before they come to the library.

  • Students are graded or accountable in some way for participating in the library class.

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