Class Instruction

Archives & Special Collections Sessions

Archives and Special Collections can partner with faculty to:

  • Introduce students to the archives and primary source research relevant to an assignment
  • Identify relevant collections for students to explore
  • Design research assignments with available relevant collections

To schedule a session, email archives@loyola.edu or call 410-617-6870. 

Copyright Workshops

The Copyright Information Center can partner with faculty to:

  • Introduce students to copyright and media literacy concepts relevant to an assignment
  • Design research assignments that incorporate intellectual property concerns
  • Assist students with ethically selecting multimedia objects for assignments
  • Embed online tools or tutorials in Moodle or Brightspace

Schedule a session, email dwhren@loyola.edu or call 410-617-6782. 

Information Literacy Sessions

The Research and Instruction unit can partner with faculty to:

  • Introduce students to search tools and strategies relevant to an assignment
  • Design research assignments that effectively incorporate information literacy concepts and library resources
  • Embed online tools or tutorials in Moodle or Brightspace

Schedule a session, email askemail@loyola.edu or call 410-617-6802. 

Innovation Station Classes

Technology Services staff can partner with faculty to:

  • Introduce students to Innovation Station technologies
  • Design assignments that incorporate Innovation Station technologies
  • Lead students in immersive virtual reality simulations related to class topics

Schedule a session, email mtreskon@loyola.edu or call 410-617-6819.

The Library also partners with faculty to host Pop-Up Technology classes each semester. Contact Matthew Treskon at mtreskon@loyola.edu or 410-617-6819 for more information.

Faculty – link to Subject and Course Guides through Moodle or Brightspace

Subject Guides have information about finding information resources on academic subjects. Course guides are tailored to class information needs. These are also available via the Subject and Course Guide Quick Links.