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Library Instruction

Learn about the instructional services offered by PCC librarians. We are here to help your students find success!

Library Instruction

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Request Instruction

Contact an Instruction Librarian

Please contact a librarian if you have questions or ideas about creating a research or library-based learning activity, session, assignment, or online tutorial for your students.

  • Evan Schmoll  |  (252) 493-7359  |
  • Angela Davis  |  (252) 493-7366  |

Services Offered

Customized Library Instruction:

Sessions, handouts, video tutorials, webinars, and library guides are created to suit your course needs for specific projects and assignments.

Research Guides (LibGuides):

Link to a specific research guide in your Moodle class. Contact an instruction librarian to discuss having a custom research guide created for your class(es).

Self-Guided Assignments:

Have a librarian create an assignment that students complete on their own. The assignment will incorporate the library resources and skills students need to find information related to class assignments.

Librarian Visit:

A librarian will be very happy to visit your class for a quick introduction or a full instructional session.

Tours and Library Orientation:

A librarian will give your small group a walking tour and general library orientation.

Individual Help for Faculty and Students:

Anyone can schedule an appointment to meet individually with a PCC Librarian. Faculty can request help with putting library materials and information in their online courses, or talk about what library resources would be best suited for various assignments. Students can set up an individual research consultation which can take place virtually, by phone, or in-person.

Library Instruction Lab:

The instruction lab is primarily used for hands-on instruction in the use of library databases and resources. The instruction classroom includes 34 student workstations, 1 instructor station, overhead projection, and dry erase boards.