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Faculty Services


Information Literacy Sessions for Your Classes

Full = session takes the full class time | Half = session takes half or less of class time

NGU 101 – Overview of general library services combined with Introductory Library and Database
instruction (Full)
Introductory Database Instruction – Basic search strategies, an overview of databases offered, how to use
databases (Half)
Introductory Library Instruction – Basic search strategies, how to use the catalog, how to locate
materials (Half)
Advanced Database Instruction – Discipline-specific, advanced searching techniques, intricacies of
relevant databases, or focus on student topics (Full)
Evaluating Sources of Information – Criteria for evaluation of different types of sources, practice
evaluating resources (Half)
Search Strategies – Advanced searching techniques, effective search terms, search operators, filters
Senior Seminar – Advanced searching techniques, advanced database techniques, focus on student
research questions (Full)
Developing a Research Question or Topic – Developing your question/ topic based on available
resources and length of assignment (Half)
Literature Reviews – Examples of literature reviews, how to find sources, assistance with student topics
(Half or Full)
Customized Sessions – Pick 2 half sessions or tell us what you want and we can create a half or a full
session that meets your need


Modules you can incorporate into your classes

Introductory Information Literacy Module

Introductory Library Orientation Module

Using EBSCO databases module

How to Use Naxos Music Library database module

Reference Services (864-977-7094)
• Request materials from other libraries
• Schedule an Information Literacy session for your class
• Submit topics for topic guides
• Schedule an individual appointment for a refresher in effectively using databases or other resources
• Assistance finding quality academic materials for affordable learning
• Schedule a librarian to speak at your department meeting or in-service day


Circulation Services (864-977-7091)
• Textbook Reserves
• Faculty Course Reserves
• Borrow materials from our library or other libraries within the state using your current NGU ID


Acquisitions (
• Request materials for purchase
• Request the development of a specific subject area