Library Resources for Teaching:Schedule Library Instruction

This guide collates resources provided by the library and library faculty to support the teaching of faculty and graduate assistants.

UT Library Instruction

To schedule library instruction, use our online form. Please submit your requests at least 2 weeks in advance.


If you have questions or need more information about library instruction sessions, contact the subject librarian for your discipline. For information about Studio Instruction (i.e. use of media production equipment and software), see the links on this page.

All requests to schedule instruction must be made through our instruction request form.


Library instruction helps students learn how to

FIND, EVALUATE & CITE Sources

Library instruction sessions introduce students to the full range of library resources and services available to UT students, both on and off campus. The librarians leading the sessions teach students how to identify and access relevant information resources, how to distinguish between scholarly and popular sources, how to effectively use library databases, and how to avoid plagiarism. Working in consultation with teaching faculty, librarians can also develop unique instruction sessions tailored to specific assignments, research topics, or course themes.

Research Assistance

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Research Assistance
Contact:
Research Assistance
University of Tennessee Libraries
Public Services Desk
Hodges Library, 1st Floor
(865) 974-4351