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LS 101: Introduction to Academic Library Research
This course is offered each fall and spring semester either online or in-person. Students who have completed the course indicate how helpful this course was to them, and that they wish they had taken it earlier in their academic career.
LibGuides and Blackboard Integration
Librarians have created an extensive set of topic and course guides to library resources and services. These guides have been integrated into Blackboard courses along with contact information for librarians for the appropriate subject areas.
Library Resources and Services
The Library provides a number of services and resources to help students be successful academically at the University.
Ask Us Services
The Library provides information and research help via multiple modalities including in-person, chat or text, email, and by phone. Students, staff, and faculty are also welcome to use our walk-up services or book an appointment with any subject librarian.
Consortium Library Website
The Consortium Library's website provides access to a wide variety of resources and services available to students, staff, and faculty.
Library Virtual Tour
The Library's Virtual Tour provides an introduction to the library's services, collections, and online resources. It is a great way for students to become familiar with the Library and what it can offer.
Student Success Toolkit
The Student Success Toolkit provides a quick overview of important resources and services available to students.
Consortium Library Social Media
The Consortium Library has a social media presence in to order share information, and to increase awareness and connection with members of the University and local communities. Like and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram. These links are on the Consortium Library website.
Chat, email, call or visit.
If there are library services or resources that you feel are essential for First Year Advisors and the students you work with, please let me know using the contact information above so I may consider them for this Guide.