Forsyth Library collaborates with faculty and staff to teach information literacy, research skills, and lifelong learning skills that students can transfer to other courses and apply beyond the university. Instruction can be provided synchronously or asynchronously, in-person or online. Learn more about library instruction.
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These are miniature websites that are designed to guide research. They are path finders to help you and your students find the best resources for a topic. Instead of getting lost in thousands of items or hundreds of possible databases to search in, subject and course guides provide a map to a few best bets for a subject, class, and even an assignment. View the full list of subject and course guides and/or search for keywords using the search box in the upper left.
These videos, guides, and interactive tutorials are designed to help students learn about Forsyth Library, how to use Forsyth Library's resources and services, and tips for research, writing, and citing. Tutorials can be used individually or as playlists (SCORM). View the full list of tutorials and options for integrating them into Bb.