Instruction Contacts by Location
Scholars Studio, Addlestone Library
Jolanda "Joey" Van Arnhem
Scholar's Studio Librarian
Mary Jo Fairchild
Manager of Research Services
Avery Research Center
Manager of Archival Services
Instruction Contacts by Discipline
After clicking the link below, use the pull-down menu to select your discipline.
The College's Libraries strive to collaborate with faculty of every discipline to teach students research, information, and digital literacy skills. Librarians work closely with the faculty member to develop a special lecture that focuses on the type of research and content specific to each course. Librarians can also create web based library research guides and help instruct students in other tools (iMovie/Moviemaker, Wordpress/Blogger, Google Apps, Prezi, etc.) that specifically incorporate library resources related to your course. By having a librarian deliver a special lecture for your curriculum, the librarian can assist you by helping your students:
Many faculty members report receiving better research papers from their students following library instruction sessions.
Library related instruction in Addlestone 120, 122, and 127 will not be available during Summer and Fall 2020. Room 127 may be scheduled for use of Crestron, web-cam, and microphone to allow faculty to conduct remote instruction and/or instruction recording. Contact Elena Rodriguez, Coordinator of Instruction, at 843-953-0006 or firstname.lastname@example.org for details and availability. Typically, library related instruction does not exceed 2 sessions per class. Addlestone 227 is scheduled by Tamara Rosas-Bossak, 843-953-5530. Faculty seeking a computer classroom for non-library related instruction should submit a Faculty Classroom Request on the registrar’s website: http://registrar.cofc.edu/forms/faculty-staff-classroom-request.php
Research appointments are scheduled meetings with a librarian to discuss a research topic, outline a research strategy, assist in finding resources, assist in the use of proper citation style, and learn what plagiarism is and how to avoid it. Research consultations are scheduled at a time that is convenient for both the researcher and the librarian and are available in person and via video conference.