TEACHING AND INSTRUCTION

In 2016/2017 UAL staff taught over 700 classes to approximately 21,000 participants in courses at all levels.

The Libraries' teaching program consists of three elements: program/course integrated instruction; general workshops; and a suite of online instructional resources designed to help our community of users find, access, use, evaluate, and cite resources in our print and electronic collections. We also teach our professional community, as is outlined in our "Teaching Library" concept paper.

For Faculty

Instructors are invited to contact their subject librarian to discuss library instruction options for their courses. Subject librarians welcome opportunities to work with instructors on projects such as:

Contact your subject librarian to request an instruction session. To bring your class to the Bruce Peel Special Collections & Archives, book it online.


For Students

We encourage students to check out the wide range of resources available to help them navigate the library's print and digital collections.

  • free library workshops
  • online tutorials on a wide range of topics, including where to find information, how to search for it, and how to critically evaluate and cite it
  • library guides are great pointers to where to start searching for information if you have a subject in mind - everything from anthropology to paleontology!

And, if you are not finding what you need, please Ask Us for help