Workshops and Library Instruction
Through library instruction, students learn to search, read, think, and contribute in an engaged and iterative research process. Our librarians teach in-person and online workshops tailored to your assignments and courses. We can also create asynchronous instruction content such as tutorials and Research Guides. Common workshop topics include (but are not limited to) using library databases, effective search strategies, evaluating sources, and using information ethically.
Information for Faculty and Instructors
- Request a Library Workshop for your Class
- Using Library Materials in Your Course
- Asynchronous Library Instruction
Apply for an Information Literacy Grant
Each year, the DU Libraries are able to provide a limited number of stipends to faculty seeking to redesign a course with an increased focus on information literacy or research skills.
Review full information on Information Literacy Grants and learn how to apply.
Library Workshop Series
In the Fall, Winter, and Spring quarters reference librarians teach workshops on a variety of useful topics as part of our research workshop series. All workshops are free and open to current DU students, faculty, and staff.