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Teaching FAQs

Library Services offers a range of Library and Research classes to support your teaching and enhance your students’ digital literacy skills.

Both face-to-face and online tutorials are available. You can book classes as a standalone session or embed sessions into your module.


For more information, take a look at our Library and Research Tutorials guide or contact your specialist librarian

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You can book a class at any time during the year for your students. To book a Library orientation session for your incoming students in September, get in touch as early as possible to avoid disappointment. Orientation in September is an extremely busy period, and we cannot always guarantee the date and time you seek.

This depends on the facilities on each campus site. Speak to your specialist librarians to arrange bookings for your students. Specialist librarians can also deliver classes in campus classrooms, computer labs, and/or lecture theatres.

A Library and Research class typically runs for 40mins to 1 hour, depending on the content. Times can vary.

Classes offered as part of an embedded module can be assessed. Speak to your specialist librarian to discuss assessment methods available and how they can fit in with your existing assessments.