Research Workshop Request Form
Librarians are available to provide library instruction tailored to the specific needs of any class. Located on the main floor of the library, the Bibliographic Instruction area has multiple workstations and a projection system for hands-on exploration of networked databases in a classroom setting. Librarians can also provide instruction in your classroom, if that better fits your needs.

Individual Library tours can be arranged by calling the Reference Desk at 333-6245.

To ensure that we have plenty of time to secure the space and schedule an instructor, we ask that you fill out this form at least one week before the workshop is needed. Should you need to schedule more than one workshop at a time, please resubmit this form for each workshop. You will be notified promptly via e-mail on the status of your request.

IF THIS REQUEST IS NOT FOR LIBRARY INSTRUCTION OR THE USE OF LIBRARY RESOURCES, PLEASE CONTACT THE REGISTRAR'S OFFICE TO ARRANGE FOR A COMPUTER LAB, OR THE INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT TO CHECK OUT A CART OF LAPTOP COMPUTERS FOR USE IN THE CLASSROOM.

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Name (last name, first name) *
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Email address: *
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Phone number: *
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Department: *
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Course number (and section, if relevant): *
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Number of students in class: *
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Students can have direct access to Library resources if the workshop is held in the Library. Will you be bringing your class to the Library? *
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If you prefer to have a Librarian Instructor visit your classroom, please provide building and room number information below.
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These single session workshops are designed to support specific assignments or research skill sets related to specific courses. Please briefly describe the assignment your students will be working on and the resources you would like them to use. *
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