Librarians and Archivists Support Research, Teaching, and Learning
Subject librarians, archivists, and curators partner with faculty, staff, and students to enhance the student experience, support teaching, and improve researcher efficiency with information.
Ways we can help:
- Connect faculty and students to primary and secondary resources including digital collections, University Archives materials, rare books, multimedia and more
- Consult on information tools for research projects
- Provide library instruction for your class or group
- Help you find alternatives to costly textbooks
- Provide workshops on information-related skills and the discovery of library content
- Supervise practicum and intern students working on library-related projects
- Identify funding for content purchases
- Integrate library content into Blackboard
- Co-host book/reading group discussions
- Write a chapter on using library tools and resources for class readers
- Create online course guides of library content
- Co-curate displays
- Offer guidance on best practices in data curation and management
- Help develop and assess assignments that ask student to use library and archival resources
- Write about new and interesting library resources and services for your newsletter
- And much more!
Find your subject librarian in the directory by department. Find the archivists in the Mahn Center for Archives and Special Collections. Contact Kelly Broughton, Assistant Dean for Research and Education Services for more information.