This form is to be used by instructors to schedule library instruction sessions.
The Instructional Services Program provides a variety of instructional opportunities to assist Queens College students and faculty in locating, using and evaluating information effectively. To request instruction, please complete this form:
The Library Faculty instructors teach every semester an undergraduate, 8 week, 1-credit elective course called LIBR 100: Information Literacy. Students learn to access and retrieve information using a variety of print and electronic resources.
The Library department will offer this 3-credit course once every spring, semester called LIBR 170: Writing and Library Research Methods. It fulfills the College Writing 2 requirement. The topic will change each time.
Instructional Services Office (RO 339) is open Monday to Friday, 10am to 2pm.
Requests for Librarian-Led Instruction
Faculty interested in librarian-led instruction for their courses may contact Instructional Services or the appropriate subject specialist. Requests for English 110 classes should be made through the Instructional Services office.
When requesting librarian-led instruction, please contact us at least two weeks beforehand. You will need to provide information about your class, including: its department and number (e.g. English 110), dates requested, and the number of students in your class. The librarian working with your class will request a copy of your syllabus and information about students’ current assignment, so please be ready to share this information.