Instead of a library session, some courses simply require a course guide (previously known as class pages). Please contact a librarian to create a specifically tailored course guide for your upcoming course.
In addition, each program and department has its own discipline-specific subject guide.
Please contact the appropriate librarian at least two weeks in advance to ensure the availability of a librarian, access to an instruction room, and preparation of materials.
Please submit a copy of your syllabus/class schedule and assignment at the time of your request. Please provide at least two date choices and schedule your session during your regular class or discussion section meeting time. We will use both your syllabus/class schedule and date preferences to pick the most effective date for a library session.
Please schedule your session during a research assignment. Students should have chosen their topic before the session.
To learn more about our librarians, please click on the names below to discover their individual class pages, subject guides, contact information, and office hours.
The library is equipped to perform library sessions in a variety of settings. Instruction sessions may be booked in the following areas of the library:
Located on the 1st Floor, the e-Classroom is a fully-networked and wireless-enabled computer lab with 18 desktop stations, an instructor's station, an LCD projector, and SmartBoard.
Library Viewing Room
Located on the 2nd floor, the viewing room is equipped with an LCD projector and video equipment, but no computers.
In addition to these rooms, there are options in the library for using rooms not equipped with computers, such as group study rooms.
Outside of the Library
Other computer labs are available for booking on campus (subject to availability). Librarians are also happy to come to your classroom for instruction sessions. Please consult with your librarian for details.
Denison Libraries, 100 W College, Granville, Ohio 43023 Phone: 740-587-6235, email: firstname.lastname@example.org In order to view PDF documents, you will need to have the free Adobe Acrobat Reader software installed on your computer