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UMD subject librarians can work with instructors to help their students navigate the research process and evaluate information critically. Librarians can offer course support in several ways:

  • In-person/embedded information literacy instruction to support course assignments
  • Online research guides for specific courses or assignments
  • Online instruction for specific courses or assignments
  • Individual or group consultations with students
  • Librarian consultation on research assignment design

If you're interested in library instruction, contact your subject librarian to discuss your course and goals for instruction and collaboration. If you are unsure who your subject librarian is, contact Kim Pittman.

Learn more about library instruction outcomes.

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  • Last Updated Jul 26, 2023
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  • Answered By Kate Conerton

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Librarians help students, faculty, and staff with their research. You might reach out to a librarian when...

  • you’re not sure how to get started with a research project
  • you hit a wall in your research
  • your usual process isn't working for a particular project
  • you want to learn about new tools and strategies to aid your research