Most of the public services librarians at Washington State University provide library instruction to campus faculty, students, and staff. Librarians who are subject specialists and departmental liaisons offer instruction in their respective subject areas. Some librarians also teach the Libraries' Accessing Information for Research (UNIV 300) course, and in collaboration with the First-Year Focus and/or English Composition programs.
Liaisons librarians can develop library research guides highlighting resources related to a specific class or assignments. Below are a few examples of guides develop through librarian/instructor collaboration:
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