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Library Instruction Request

For faculty who teach first-year GE courses with a critical information literacy outcome (Written Communication, Oral Communication, History of the United States, and First-Year (Foundation) Seminar): The Pfau Library and Undergraduate Studies' Student Mentoring offer a peer Library Ambassador program to supplement critical information literacy instruction in the classroom with the goal of centering and establishing connection amongst students, in turn decreasing library anxiety. If interested in a 45-minute Library Ambassador visit, please complete the Virtual Library Ambassador Form at least one week in advance of your requested date. For more information on the program, contact Gina Schlesselman-Tarango at

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Please submit your request at least one week in advance of your desired class date.

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Library Guides are online resource pages that librarians create to support your course goals. Relevant resources and research tips such as pertinent websites, databases, tutorials, books, and articles are individually selected then collocated in one place for your students. You can use your Library Guide on its own, link it to your class website, or incorporate it into your Blackboard course. To see examples, check out our course guides.
One file only.
100 MB limit.
Allowed types: jpg, png, txt, odf, pdf, doc, docx, ppt, pptx, xls, xlsx, xml, avi, mov, mp3, tar, zip.
2 MB limit per form.