Instruction Request Form

Use this form to request library instruction for University of Regina courses.

Bookings are made on a first-come, first-served basis; the earlier you request a session, the greater the likelihood we can accommodate your request; two weeks notice is preferred. This ensures that there is adequate time for communication between you and the librarian, and for the development of instructional materials.

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About Me:
Your Name: *
Telephone #: *
Email Address: *
Academic Discipline:
Course code and Number:
Preferred date and time for library instruction:
Time: Start: End:
Number of students:
Preferred location:
Other Location Details:
Learning Objectives: 1. Create effective searches using appropriate key words and concepts
2. Locate existing information from various sources to use in a course assignment
3. Select appropriate library research tools for their information need
4. Identify the purpose and audience of potential information sources
5. Become aware of the need to cite sources appropriately
6. Become familiar with citation management software (RefWorks)
7. Other (including specific databases/resources)
Note: The length of time available for instruction will have an impact on the number of learning objectives that can be achieved.
Please provide details about topics that students will be working on, as well as assignment requirements (e.g. paper vs. presentation, length, peer-reviewed journal articles, citation style, etc.):

You will receive a confirmation by e-mail within 3 business days of submitting your request. Please wait for phone or email confirmation before announcing this session to your class.



The most effective instruction is tied to a specific assignment, and takes place at the point when students have selected at least a preliminary topic and completed some initial searching - they are more likely to have questions about research and to understand the purpose of the library instruction.

Instructors are encouraged to attend each course-related instruction session. Your presence motivates the students to become more engaged in the learning experience, and encourages a supportive and collaborative teaching environment. Should questions arise, your presence at these sessions provides an invaluable opportunity for students to receive clarification and direction in conducting their research.