Library Instruction Videos

Are you a distance learner who can't make it into the library for a face-to-face library instruction session?

Did you attend a face-to-face session but want to review some of the helpful tips the librarian presented?

Has it been a while since you've done some scholarly research and you'd like some advice on how to get started?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions then you've come to the right place!

We're using this page to showcase some of the best library instruction sessions taught by our subject specialist librarians. We'll be updating this page continuously so please check back often.  Please note, the videos below are presented with the most recent entries first.

Librarian: Melissa Gonzalez
Recorded: September 24, 2014
Topics: Advanced Google Searching

Librarian: Melissa Gonzalez
Recorded: September 23, 2014
Topics: SPC2608, Basic Communication Skills

Librarian: Britt McGowan
Recorded: September 22, 2014
Topics: COM4110, Trade Publications

Librarian: Britt McGowan
Recorded: September 15, 2014
Topics: LIT2100, Intro. to Literature

Librarian: Britt McGowan
Recorded: October 3, 2013
Topics: SLS1109, Academic Foundations

Librarian: Britt McGowan
Recorded: September 12, 2013
Topics: LIT2100, Intro. to Literature

Librarian: Britt McGowan
Recorded: September 6, 2013
Topics: ENC1101, English Composition

Librarian: Caroline Thompson
Recorded: August 29, 2013
Topics: Environmental Science

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