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Amelia V. Gallucci-Cirio Library Policies: Library Instruction Policies

All of the library's policies are posted here. Find information about our policies relating to collection development, public access, filming, services and more.

Library Instruction Coordinator

Linda LeBlanc,
E-Learning & Instruction Librarian 

Department email:

Please use the our online request form to schedule a session or contact me if you have questions about:

  • On-campus sessions
  • Distance Learning sessions
  • Extended Campus sessions
  • Embedded Librarian

Schedule a session for your course!

General Policy

The Amelia Gallucci-Cirio Library offers a library instruction program to help prepare students to be information literate in the 21st century. The library provides instruction services on a by-request basis. Sessions are tailored for each faculty member's course which can be held in our library classroom, at your location on-campus, at an extended campus location or online through Blackboard. As part of the service, librarians can help faculty with creating effective library and research assignments and can develop course specific research guides. The library also provides faculty the option to partially or fully embed a librarian in their course; availability for an embedded librarian is limited so early scheduling is recommended.

For additional information about the types of sessions and instructional services we provide:

Scheduling Library Instruction

To schedule an instruction session for an on-campus course contact the On-Campus Instruction Coordinator.

To schedule an online or off-campus instruction session contact the Distance Learning and Extended Campus  Instruction Coordinator.

Requesting an Embedded Librarian

To schedule an Embedded Librarian contact Linda LeBlanc.