Answered By: Laura Gleason Last Updated: Jun 02, 2020 Views: 19
Library instruction can take place within the library, within a student’s normal classroom, in a distance education classroom, via Moodle, via Skype, via a tutorial, and any of a number of different locations. Just ask us, and we will work with you. We can come to your classroom. Normally, we recommend that instruction take place in the library’s instruction room where we have 26 computer workstations available for academic research. No computer account is needed when library instruction takes place here. We can work with the University Scheduler to temporarily reserve other campus computer labs, which may accommodate as many as 40 students. Computer accounts are required in these labs, though temporary login information can be requested from the Information Technology Services.