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
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?