Each academic department and program has a subject librarian committed to assisting faculty, students and staff of that department. Subject librarians work with faculty in the departments to build collections and collaborate in the development of information literacy goals and curriculum. Subject librarians also consult one-on-one with faculty to:
- Assist in the use of databases and other information resources in support of faculty research or the development of courses.
- Incorporate library resources into online courses (Moodle)
- Keep faculty informed about important new resources in their fields.
- Provide essential statistical and evaluative information about library collections in a subject particularly in support of the development of new courses, programs, and program reviews.
- Create and maintain subject guides to discipline-specific library resources.
- Develop tutorials and instructional materials for library resources.
English Composition 4 and 5 classes. How to sign up for a session, learning outcomes, and helpful information about your session.
Information on the Writing in the Discipline courses (WID) as it pertains to finding your library liaison, signing up for your library session, and other information about your session.
Other Discipline Specific Courses
Librarians do sessions for all English Composition 4 and 5 classes, as well as the WID courses. But the librarians can also do sessions for courses in all disciplines that have a research component. Please contact your library liaison if you wish to set up a library session.