For those of you who are teaching courses in Winter 2009, be sure to contact me to set up a library instruction session for your students. An instruction session can be a general introduction to library resources, a session on academic integrity, a very targeted lesson on research methods for finding particular types of materials, or a show-and-tell of selected primary source materials. I try to make all library instruction hands-on, interactive sessions.
For those of you who are taking classes rather than teaching them, why not suggest a library instruction session to your instructor? You can also request individual or small group sessions with me or any subject specialist relevant to your area of study. Just contact me or the appropriate librarian from the Humanities and Social Scientists Subject Specialist Page.