Where to Get Help
SUBJECT LIBRARIANS are available online and/or in-person for all of your course and research needs. Below are a few examples of what they can to enhance student learning and research.
HELP FOR STUDENTS
- Students can email, phone, or chat with a reference librarian.
- Students can also schedule face-to-face meetings at any point in the semester with their subject librarian
Customized Library Resource Pages
Librarians can create online research guides for your class, special class projects, and specific assignments. These guides can include directions for how to use the library and online resources pertinent to your assignments, videos, tutorials, bibliographies, etc.
Here are a few examples of what can be done.
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Subject librarians can develop video tutorials to address a variety of research activities specific to your class assignments.
Here's an example for instructions on how to complete a specific assignment:
Here's another providing more general instructions on how to more effectively utilize a feature in database.
The library provides full support for all blended, hybrid, and online courses taught at UNC Charlotte. The resources and services listed below may be of particular interest to instructors teaching online courses.
Copyright Guidance: Peggy Hoon, J.D. is the library's Copyright Education Specialist and a resource for faculty in the use of copyrighted material for teaching and research.
Instruction Sessions: Librarians can lead instruction sessions to teach students research strategies for specific course assignments and projects. These instruction sessions can be delivered in-person and online using web conferencing software. Furthermore, librarians can create customized online tutorials that can be added to Moodle and viewed anytime.
Librarians in Moodle: Librarians can be added to your Moodle course to answer student research questions.
Plagiarism Tutorial: Librarians are creating a graded plagiarism tutorial that will be available Fall 2011 via Moodle for instructors to use. Contact your subject librarian for more information.