Let us advise your students about research methods and resources that support their learning inside and outside the classroom.
Enhance your teaching by making use of the Libraries' many services, tools and resources to support instruction. Our teaching and learning services include in-person and online support to teach critical research and information literacy skills that are directly relevant to your course. We'll help you integrate curriculum into your course to foster the development of student research skills and teach students how to make effective and ethical use of information. The Libraries can support your students through the development of research assignments, online modules, and supplemental online learning tools.
Whether your course is in-person, hybrid, or online, you can collaborate with a departmental librarian or research specialist to personalize your teaching and help students research for a specific course or assignment. This can include guest lectures, customized course modules and tutorials, individual consultations, or library tours. Explore the Library Teaching Menu to learn more.
Resources for Instruction
- Explore additional resources to supplement your assignments or improve access to resources for your students in the Teaching Materials Research Guide.
- Our workshops and training opportunities are open to all Carnegie Mellon students, faculty, staff, alumni and friends.
- Explore additional resources to supplement your assignments or improve access to resources for your students in the Library Teaching Menu.
Contact your departmental librarian to learn more about how the Libraries can support your teaching, or email the Instruction team. Contact Ethan Pullman for first year experience.