Library Instruction

Library Instruction is offered in many ways: on-campus instruction sessions, recorded videos, the Library Basic Training online tutorial and through other learning objects such as Research Help Guides.

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Library Instruction Sessions

Library instruction sessions are designed to provide students with the research techniques they need for your specific assignment. Sessions are commonly 45-50 minutes. We will develop them for the type of delivery you require: online synchronous or asynchronous; recorded; or in the classroom (Daytona Beach campus). To request a library instruction session, please complete the Library Instruction Request Form. Please allow at least one week lead time.

Library Assignment Design

Research Librarians frequently assist in the design or revision of research assignments.  We also provide a Faculty Toolkit for Research Paper Alternatives.

Schedule a one-on-one consultation or contact your Library Liaison for more assistance.

Library Instruction Liaisons

Supervisor: Karen Bronshteyn, Assoc. Dir. for Research/Worldwide
AMS - Clayton Cassella, Research Librarian
COM 122 - Suzanne Eichler, Research Librarian
COM 219 - Penny Cairns, Research Librarian
COM 221 - Patty Martinez, Research Librarian
UNIV 101 - Brittany Deputy, Asst. Dir. for Research/Worldwide
Graduate Studies - Brittany Deputy, Asst. Dir. for Research/Worldwide
Worldwide - Karen Bronshteyn, Assoc. Dir. for Research/Worldwide


Library Basic Training Online Tutorial

The Hunt Library's Library Basic Training is designed to provide students with a library instruction opportunity similar to classroom instruction. The tutorial introduces students to the services available, teaches them how to use EAGLEsearch, demonstrates how to access our databases, and provides the steps for requesting items from the Hunt Library. Visit the Library Basic Training page for more detailed information about the course.

Self-Help Resources

Research Guides

Research Guides are designed for self-help. The guides recommend resources such as databases, journals, books, and web pages and cover finding information specific to a course, an assignment, a general topic, or a specific subject. To request a new research guide be created, please use the Research Guide Request form.

Evaluating Sources

The Hunt Library's Evaluating Sources is an online tutorial designed to familiarize you with the criteria used to determine the credibility and reliability of sources used in the research process.

Video Tutorials

Our video tutorials provide help in learning how to perform specific tasks using the library’s different resources and services.