The Library Research Services Department can provide specialized instruction to help your students...
Library instruction can take many forms, including the following:
The MSU Libraries Digital Media Center invites you to attend one of our many interactive, hands-on workshops to learn more about the latest graphic design and word processing software packages. Our customized workshops are perfect for faculty members who would like to schedule training for their classes. Not only can we schedule the session at the time of your class, but can also tailor the instruction to fit your needs and the needs of your students.
Below is a list of workshops that have been offered by the IMC over the past several years. Not all workshops listed are taught every semester, but any can be requested for your class or group.
MSU Libraries Access and Information offers an extensive range of services for electronic and traditional reserve materials, including acquiring copyright permission for materials you would like placed on reserve. Instructors may place supplemental materials on course reserves to have them available outside of the classroom. Course reserves may be electronic, print, CD/DVD/VHS or artifacts. Electronic course reserves are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week via the Library's website.
Requests submitted during the first weeks of classes may be delayed due to the large volume of reserve processing at the beginning of each semester. Please make sure your materials are on reserve before making assignments.
Contact Course Reserves staff at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (662) 325-8706.
The Center for Teaching and Learning fosters a university culture where quality teaching and engaged learning is revered and practiced. Their development programs and services emphasize knowledge, techniques, and issues related to teaching and learning. CTL is located on second floor of Mitchell Memorial Library.