In an effort to help your students discover the best resources for their assignments, I can help in several ways: 1) face-to-face class instruction on how to find quality instructional materials and/or research articles, 2) create a resource guide specifically for the assignments in you course, 3) provide support in Canvas courses, and of course 4) meet one-on-one with students needing individual assistance. Please include my name and contact information in your list of resources for your students.
In the column to the left you will see a list of current resource guides for education related courses. If you don't see your class here, it's easy to get it listed! I can create a resource guide tailored to meet the needs of your course assignments. Even if your students aren't doing a traditional 'research' project. I can pull together resources to help them organize themselves, develop instructional activities, and create dynamic multimedia presentations.
You can contact me directly via email at email@example.com or phone at 7-1158. FYI - email is the preferred method of contacting me.
I look forward to another wonderful year working with you and your students.
I am available to groups of 2 or more students who need research assistance. I will be available in the LibLab on the first floor on the first Tuesday of the month at 10-11 and 1-2. I'm also available for one-on-one research consultations. Students can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to set-up an appointment.
The database is a compilation of eBooks that the library owns or can purchase for our eBook collection to support your classes (at no additional cost to the students). All titles in this database are or can be made available to the entire campus with unlimited simultaneous users, without Digital Rights Management (DRM) or proprietary software.
You can search the database for a specific book by title, ISBN, or author. Limited topic searching is available, using a keyword search of the title field and the general subject categories assigned by the publishers. The eBooks in Atkins Library's collection are available in PDF format and therefore can be accessed on a variety of devices (including e-readers such as the Kindle and Nook, tablets, smartphones, laptops, and desktop computers).