About Library Instruction
Could your students use an introduction to the library, instruction on how to use particular databases or a presentation targeted to a particular assignment? Librarians can tailor presentations to your needs, based on our experience with students like yours. Library instruction is an opportunity for your students to meet and connect with a librarian who works at the College of Saint Rose. At the reference desk, students frequently approach us to ask a question and they start the conversation with: "You came to my class". We believe that when students see a familiar face at the reference desk who they have met through their professor makes it more likely that they will approach us for help when they need it.
Presentations can be either in the Library's instruction room (106, adjacent to First Floor Reading Room) or in your smart classroom. Most faculty request instruction for their classes at the beginning of the semester when they are making their syllabus. We ask for at least 2 weeks lead time, but exceptions can sometimes be made.
To Arrange for Library Instruction
Please fill out the form below (click on Begin).