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Faculty Toolkit

Library Services and Resources for Bellevue University Faculty

Library Instruction

What is Library Instruction? 

Library Instruction at Bellevue University is a "one-shot" course that aims to introduce your students to the library's resources and services, and teach your students foundational academic research and information literacy skills. These skills include: 

  • Navigating the online library
  • Finding scholarly and peer-reviewed research
  • Basics in search skills, including Boolean operators
  • Utilizing the library's services, including the 24/7 Library Chat and NoodleTools Citation Manager

Scheduling a Library Instruction Session for Your Class

To schedule a Library Instruction session for your class, fill out this simple request form

These instruction sessions may be customized for your course needs. 

Online Library Instruction

The Bellevue University Library also offers regular Online Library Instruction sessions via Webinar. These live librarian-guided sessions are great for distance and online students. Click here for a full list of all upcoming webinars.