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Last Updated: Jul 11, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.emerson.edu/infolit Print Guide

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To promote inquiry and lifelong learning by helping students find, evaluate, and use information sources and by connecting faculty to resources that support innovative teaching and learning.

Assignment Consultations

For assistance in constructing and designing research assignments at the college level, please consult these resources.


How Faculty and Librarians Collaborate

We work together to create research guides, develop assignments, and design workshops.

Research guides focus on a subject, like the Marketing Guide, or a specific course, like the CC100 and IN146 guides. These can be embedded into instructor course websites or on syllabi and are helpful in assessing student work. Our research guides are constantly evolving to remain current with topic developments. Browse our research guides to see how they can support your teaching.

Workshops are hands-on and connected to an assignment. All students take the WR121 Research Writing Workshop. You can use this common experience to reinforce what students already know, or work with a librarian to design a workshop for your research assignment. Instruction librarians can also collaborate to develop new research assignments.

Students can seek individual help from librarians at the Reference Desk or via IM, email, and phone. The Library website provides 24/7 access to the library catalog and most online databases.


Work with a Librarian to Develop a Workshop

If you would like to talk with a librarian about designing a research assignment, course guide, or workshop, please fill out this form:


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