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Library Resources for Faculty

Library Workshops and Events

The library hosts a number of workshops and events throughout the academic year. All workshops and events sponsored by the library are advertised on :‚Äč

Models of Instruction

In Person Instruction Options: 

  • You can bring students to the library for a research instruction class. 
  • We can come to your electronic classroom for library based-research instruction.
  • Library instruction classes are given on the most basic subjects as freshman English to more advanced topics such as graduate seminars. 
  • Our classes can be tailored to your academic needs and fitted to your class schedule. We will teach both large and small-sized classes.
  • We would prefer if possible, a week's notice for your class, but will do the best we can to accommodate your needs. 
  • We can also meet with faculty on an individual basis for orientation to the databases and the web site. 
  • Classes can also be arranged over Zoom.

Online Possibilities for Instruction: 

  • Embedded Librarians are available for instruction assistance in the Canvas component of your course (be it an online course, hybrid course, or in-person course on campus). Contact Sandra Rothenberg to request an embedded librarian: srothenberg@framingham,edu

Individual Consultations: 

  • Individual research consultations are available with a librarian for both students and faculty. 
  • These meetings can be arranged as a separate session or in conjunction with a specific class.
  • Meetings can be arranged over Zoom.