Library Instruction Programs
The NC State University Libraries provides research assistance to your classes. Librarians are prepared to deliver remote instruction, synchronously or asynchronously. We have limited capacity to teach face-to-face in the Fall semester. Please fill out the Instruction Request Form or email us at email@example.com, and we will work together to plan the most appropriate instruction session for your students.
Writing and Speaking Instruction
NC State University Libraries offers instruction sessions specifically designed for introductory writing and speaking courses.
Learn more about writing and speaking instruction.
Subject librarians can provide discipline research instruction tailored to your course content and/or assignment. Request instruction using the instruction request form, or contact your subject librarian.
Special Formats & Technologies Instruction
The following groups offer specialty instruction:
- Special Collections Research Center: For help with historical research, primary sources, or an introduction to your discipline, special collections can work with you and your students. Learn more about special collections instruction.
- Makerspace: Bring the tools and technologies of the emerging maker movement to your classroom. with hands-on learning for a variety of disciplines and expertise levels. Learn more about makerspace instruction.
- Digital Media: Get support for multimedia assignments that require the use of the Libraries' digital media spaces or technologies. Learn more about digital media instruction.
- Data & Visualization Services: Get hands-on instruction support for your students on data cleaning and processing, GIS, metadata, and making effective data visualizations. Learn more about data and visualization instruction.