Library instruction is intended to teach library users how to efficiently locate, evaluate and use information resources in a variety of formats. Librarians are available to provide either general orientations or tailored presentations emphasizing appropriate reference sources, indexes and abstracts, and electronic resources for a particular discipline, class or assignment.
There are two hands-on, electronic classroom/computer lab spaces in the library:
The Library Instruction/Information Technology Services (LIITS) Computer Lab is located on the main floor of the Library on the west side. The Library Computer Lab - Lower Level (LCLLL) is located on the lower level on the east side. These facilities are used for library instruction and instructional technology training for UNK students, faculty and staff. They also serve as general purpose computer labs when not scheduled for instruction/training sessions.
Contact Dr. Ron Wirtz, (865-8592 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to schedule the computer labs or click HERE to schedule online. He can also arrange instruction for general orientations to University classes, and introductions for area school and community groups. Contact the Liaison Librarian for the university departments for discipline-specific presentations.
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