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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, contact Chris Armstrong, Public Services Librarian at (402) 557-7301, or by e-mail at armstrong@bellevue.edu

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.