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Resources for Designing & Supporting Students' Research Assignments
The University Libraries website is an excellent resource for students and faculty alike. It's difficult to exhaust the help you can find through the libraries!
The library offers specific, credit and non-credit classes and tutorials for students on how to find and cite reputable sources as they work on class assignments. You can also request special, one-time course-specific classes for your students from the University Libraries to support general information literacy in your discipline, or to provide support for a particular student assignment. More general information can be found at the Library User Ed page.
Sources that aren't available locally can be ordered via Interlibrary loan, and articles ordered through this method can be delivered electronically.
The Library also provides tips to instructors on Creating Effective Library Assignments.
The Dewey Graduate Library offers students discipline-specific workshops for conducting research in a number of fields