- Help you identify the resources you need for course work and research projects.
- Provide informal, one-to-one instruction in the use of the Library's catalog, databases, and Primo discovery tool.
- Answer your questions in person, over the phone, or by email.
- In-class instruction on a variety of topics including beginning research, citation, and resource location, selection, and evaluation.
- Integrate library resources into Nexus course pages or create course-specific guides to library resources.
- Design assignments to address research skills; meet individually with students to assist them with research projects.
- Foster awareness of library Public Services through in-house activities such as scavenger hunts, poster sessions, and digital signage.
- Provide a welcoming, supportive, and interactive environment via therapy dog visits, orientation events, and question and answer bulletin boards.
- Partner with units across campus, such as the Wicker Wellness Center, Student Support Services, and AOP to plan student support activities.
- Help you identify numeric and spatial data products either in the Libraries' collection or elsewhere.
- Acquire, download or otherwise provide access to data.
- Provide assistance and instruction in data wrangling and exploratory data analysis.
- Provide access to federal documents, including legislative hearings and reports, federal regulations, census records, statistical reports, court decisions, agency publications, posters, pamphlets and more.
- Offer indexes, abstracts and commercially produced resources and databases designed to facilitate the search for government information.