You don’t have to dig too deep to find library support for your teaching – it’s right here.
Whether you are new to MQ, a new unit convenor, new to curriculum development or just need a refresher (and especially if you teach undergraduate students), here’s how you can explore the Library’s teaching and research resources and services and discover the Library tools to help you with your teaching.
1 Attend a workshop
Attend the workshop Library Skills for Teaching, hosted by Faculty Librarians who will take you on a tour of the Library website, demonstrate effective search techniques in MultiSearch, find the best guides for your teaching, and answer any questions you have about supporting your students’ use of Library’s resources.
2 Explore teaching support resources
Explore the Library’s Teaching Support page for information on creating your unit reading lists in Leganto, using Open Educational Resources, and embedding information literacy into your units.
3 Point your students to study support resources
Get familiar with the Library’s Study Support page so you can confidently point students to useful support resources such as StudyWISE, subject guides, Writing Centre Workshops, Library facilities, and other services.
Questions? Please contact your Faculty/Clinical Librarian for more information.
Thanks to Grai Calvey for the content.
Banner image photo by K Coaldrake.