Library Instruction

Hunter College’s Instruction Librarians provide students with strategies to think critically about information: its credibility, its forms, its functions, and the tools we use to discover it. While courses are primarily remote, we are offering both sychronous and asynchronous lessons; we will work with course instructors to find the best match for your students' needs.

For Students
Library Research course (LIBR 100)
A one-credit course for students interested in developing their research skills for upper level coursework, graduate studies, and supporting an engaged citizenry.

Research Toolkit
Worksheets and tools that provide self-service help at all stages of the research process.

One on One Research Consultations
These are like office hours with a librarian. We recommend this for students who are feeling “stuck” or want to delve deeper into the research process.

For Faculty
Library Instruction Guidelines
Compiled from best practices, these policies help promote student learning.

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Assignment Design
Good research assignments lead to better student outcomes.  You can also consult with a librarian for suggestions.

Research Toolkit - Faculty Guide
Lessons in the Research Toolkit are readily adaptable for online learning.

Asynchronous Lessons
There are prepared lessons available, formatted for Blackboard. Please speak with your liaison librarian to learn more.