NDSU librarians reached over 5,000 students last academic year by teaching instruction sessions in both undergraduate and graduate classes. Our subject librarians work with faculty to identify student needs and will craft a session designed to support student success in the class. We have offered instruction about identifying and constructing searches, in-depth information about using specialized databases and related resources, plagiarism, how to identify original research and much more. We can visit your class, meet in a computer lab or, at the library where we have laptops available. We can also develop resources online or in Blackboard.
We invite you to contact your subject librarian to learn more about how we can support student learning. For more information about library instruction and a link to book an instruction session, please click here.
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