Request a Library Instruction Session

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About placing a request

Instructors can use this form to request a library instruction session for their class. After we receive your request, we'll be in touch with you shortly by email. If you have questions, please email us at library_instruction@ncsu.edu.

Asynchronous option: We offer six asynchronous instruction sessions that provide students with hands-on preparation for college-level research assignments. The lessons include recorded videos and resource lists. For more about these asynchronous materials, email library_instruction@ncsu.edu.

Are you a student seeking help from a librarian? Request a Research Consultation or a Technology Consultation.

Which type of instruction would you like to request?
For courses in the First Year Writing Program, Intro to Public Speaking, and other related courses.
Subject Specialist Librarians will tailor instruction to fit the learning objectives of your course. We will highlight the databases, resources, and research methods that are most relevant to your discipline and will help your students succeed in their research assignments.
We can help your students get excited about hands-on research using original materials, become familiar with viewing and using primary sources, get to know the range of materials in our Special Collections holdings, and learn about the evolution of their college or discipline at NC State.
Get hands-on instruction support for your students on data cleaning and processing, GIS, metadata, and making effective data visualizations.
Engage your students with the tools and technologies of the maker movement and virtual reality to spur creativity, problem solving skills, and critical thinking.
Inspire students and enhance digital literacy and multimedia storytelling skills through podcast, video, and other media making assignments with planning, technology, and Libraries studio spaces support from the Libraries Make Media team.
Challenge your students to think critically about what it means to be an innovator and introduce them to the interdisciplinary method of futures thinking.