What Courtright Memorial Library Offers


  • Course and/or assignment-integrated instruction: developed by Library Departmental Liaisons in partnership with departmental faculty, these sessions are designed to incorporate research strategies for a specific discipline and/or class. Sessions are usually in networked classrooms as for hands-on learning and/or demonstrations. Request an instruction session now.

  • References: One-on-one assistance and instruction for use of the Library and its resources with the Liaisons, or virtually through Ask A Librarian

  • Workshops: intended to provide hands-on introductions to specific tools, like the various electronic databases, as well as guidance in search strategy development and the evaluation of sources.

  • Instructional Guides: serve as introductions to the resources available in various subject areas, or library research guide to a specific course.

  • Collaboration with designing assignments for papers and research projects

  • Small group discussions concerning implementing Information Literacy in the curriculum


Previous Courtright Memorial Library Presentations

Helping Students Learn

This 2005 interterm workshop presented by Integrative Studeies and Otterbein Library presented experiences incorprorating Information Literacy skills into upper level science classes. For more information, click here.

What's Your Problem?

This document outlines a posterboard presentation that summarizes common problems that faculty encounter when assigning research papers and offers suggestions for improvement. For more information, click here.

Teaching Circle

Librarians and faculty met in Winter-Spring, 2006, to explore implications of Information Literacy and design examples and strategies for integration into classroom assignments. For more information, contact your Library Liaisons.