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Faculty Resources: Instruction + LibGuides

A LibGuide to connect professors with services in Kettering University Library they might not know about.

Library Instruction

The librarians are happy to provide class instructional sessions for any course you teach. 

Some types of instruction: 

  • Library 101: How to conduct a literature review, find resources in the library, what is peer review, etc.
  • Source Evaluation: The library has created a custom checklist for evaluating sources, as well as a lesson plan and activity. We can come to your classroom to teach about source evaluation, or you can use the guide we created to teach it yourself!
  • Project-specific: How to do research on a particular subject for a class project, paper, or presentation.
  • A Library Tour: Bring your class to the library to learn about what we have to offer.

If you would like a librarian to come to your class and give a presentation, please give us time to prepare. Typically two weeks if we have never done a presentation in your class before. We will be creating a LibGuide from scratch and need time for research and coding.

You can also request a librarian via our Instructional Request Form online.

Sample Course Guides

LibGuides software has been in the use in the library since 2013. The librarians work with professors to customize a LibGuide for their classes. These guides can then be used over and over again across terms and even when classes change professors. Some sample LibGuides are listed below.

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