For more information, please call 313 583-6700.
Use our Faculty Course Support Request form if you would like to request research education, collection development, or course reserves for your course.
The Research Education program provided by the Mardigian Library offers course-related instruction to help students learn how to conduct academic research and become more information literate.
Librarians collaborate with faculty to develop individualized sessions for classes that can include:
For faculty wanting a more integrated approach to research education, work with your subject librarian to have them embedded in your face-to-face class and/or your Canvas Course Site. Contact your subject librarian for more information.
African and African American Studies, Communication, English and Linguistics - Carla Brooks
Behavioral Sciences, Criminology and Criminal Justice, Women's & Gender Studies - Nadine Anderson
Business - Carla Brooks, Interim
Computer Science - Amy Seipke
Education, Health, and Human Services - Raya Samet
Engineering and Math - Amy Seipke
First Year Experience Librarian - Christopher Spilker (interim)
Journalism and Screen Studies - Tim Streasick
Mathematics - Amy Seipke
Music - Heidi Keppen
Modern & Classical Languages - Josh Olsen
Philosophy, Religion, - Christopher Spilker
Science Librarian - Joel Seewald
Social Sciences Librarian - Christopher Spilker
The Advantages of Research Education
Library Assignment Tips
The Basics: Define, Develop, Test
Define your Objectives
Develop the assignment
Test the Assignment
Other things to consider:
What materials are accessed online?