Library Instruction

Towson University Libraries' Instruction Program supports and strengthens the learning, teaching, and scholarship of the Towson University community. With an emphasis on Core and discipline-specific curricula, librarians collaborate with faculty to integrate information literacy with course content, and facilitate academic inquiry, critical thinking, reading, writing, and knowledge creation.

Request Instruction

Every discipline or academic program on campus has a subject librarian who can provide course-integrated information literacy instruction. Subject librarians prepare sessions to align with course content, assignments, and programmatic or discipline-specific information literacy goals.

Face-to-face sessions are typically held in one of the library's three computer classrooms, other library spaces, or departmental computer classrooms. Hybrid, synchronous, or asynchronous virtual instruction is also available.

Minimum one week’s lead time is necessary for library faculty to prepare for sessions; preparation for online support may require additional notice.

Arrange single or multi-session subject-specific instruction by contacting your subject librarian below or contact Sarah Crest, Library Instruction Coordinator.

You can also contact your subject librarian to ask questions about your class projects or to schedule an appointment for in-depth help.

Select your subject.

Subject Area Librarian
Special Education