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Faculty can include the following library instruction to support students.
- Assign a library research tutorial - Assigning low stakes or extra credit when your students complete a research tutorial is a great way to engage your students in learning about the research process. The research tutorials are interactive, and students get an email notification for each tutorial they complete.
- Embed a Chaffey Librarian in your Canvas course - Librarian research instruction is available to integrate in your Canvas course. We offer online, librarian-led research discussions, question moderation, and interactive tutorials. By adding the Chaffey Librarian (a team of librarians) into your Canvas course, students will get assistance with their research projects and discuss topics such as "Picking a Topic," "Finding and Evaluating Scholarly Articles," "Using Library Databases," and more.
- Credible Sources Check - This activity allows your students to submit their sources and get feedback by a Chaffey Librarian.
- Request a live library instruction session library instruction session - You can schedule a live, synchronous session for your class for students who are interested and able to attend.
Please share our online services page with your students for more information on how students can contact a librarian.
ZTC & OER
Want to learn more about Zero Cost Textbooks and Open Educational Resources that can help support your students. For more information, visit Zero Cost Textbooks & Open Educational Resources guide.
We are here to support you and your students! Please let us know if you have any questions at email@example.com
In preparation of the library reopening for students in Spring 2022, we would like to update our reserves textbooks collection.
If you currently have a textbook on reserve that requires a newer edition or if you would like to place a textbook on reserve for student use, please complete the Textbook Reserves Form. We ask that you update your materials on or before November 5th, 2021.
Additionally, if you have a textbook on reserve that is no longer in use, please let us know so that we may remove the item from circulation. Staff is available for drop offs or pick up and to answer your questions, M-F 7:30am-4pm. Please connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org or (909) 652-6807.