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Graduate Students: Teaching Assistants

Marshall University Librarians - Helping You by Helping Your Students

At Marshall University, research and instruction librarians exist to make professor's lives easier. We do this by equipping your students with critical thinking, research, and information literacy skills. 

Request Library Instruction

What Is Library Instruction?

Library instruction comes in a few forms, and includes many types of assistance, including: showing students how to use the library's resources, advanced database searching, help with citations, and even library tours. 

Learn more on our Library Instruction page.

What is Information Literacy?

Information Literacy is a set of skills that allows your students to understand how information is organized, identify their information need, identify the most reliable and relevant sources, and, to locate, evaluate, and share that information. 

Find out more on our Information Literacy Guide

Request Library Instruction

Please complete our online Instruction Request form.