How we can help
We offer a variety of teaching and learning opportunities that complement the traditional course curriculum and support students as they learn to conduct scholarly research.
Teaching resources for instructors
Reading and Composition courses
Our Research 101 Guide provides an overview of options that instructors can use to meet the research needs of their students.
Non-Reading and Composition courses
For non-R&C courses, instructors can collaborate with a librarian to create a workshop tailored to their students’ unique research needs. Complete the workshop request form to get started. (CalNet authentication is required to access the form. If you are unable to submit the form for any reason, email firstname.lastname@example.org.)
Please note that three weeks advance notice is required for all workshop requests.
Contact your subject librarian directly for a workshop
You are always welcome to reach out to your subject librarian to arrange for customized library instruction.
Sample research assignments
- Effective assignments using Library resources — Ideas for real-life research assignments for a variety of disciplines.
Learning resources for students
Library research guides offer discipline and tool-specific support in using Library resources.