Students can obtain instruction/assistance in using library resources in the following ways:
- Register for a one-on-one instruction/help session (select 1-to-1 from the dropdown menus on the registration form)
- Visit our extensive collection of Research Guides
- View our online tutorials
- Visit the Library Help Desk or contact us by phone/virtually
- Ask your instructor to invite a librarian to speak to your class on topics of specific interest to you and your classmates
Librarians and archivists are strongly committed to the University of Regina’s teaching mission. At the request of faculty members, we offer instruction on a range of topics that help students navigate today’s complex information environment, including finding, evaluating, and using information resources. Instruction is available at all levels, from first-year through to graduate students, and in a variety of settings, including classrooms, computer labs, and online. Additional instruction and support is available from our Research Guides, online tutorials, as well as our participation in URCourses sites (at the request of the instructor).
|Spatial and numeric data||Marilyn Andrews or email@example.com|
|Archival collections||Mark Vajcner or Crista Bradley|
|Special collections||Michael Shires|
|NVivo (for qualitative data analysis)||Cara Bradley or Gillian van der Ven|
|Turnitin (grad students/instructors only)||Centre for Teaching and Learning|
|Open Access||Open Access|
Still not sure who to contact, or looking for something not listed here? Contact Cara Bradley, Teaching and Learning Librarian, for assistance.