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English 791  

A guide for Professor Cavanagh's Spring 2011 course.
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  • Arrange a course-specific library instruction session for your class. Contact me for your English 101 or 181 classes, or a subject librarian OR complete the online Instruction Request Form. You can also request instruction from MARBL by emailing marbl@emory.edu or calling 404.727.6887.
  • Consider embedding a librarian in your course and structuring your course around a librarian-assisted research project. For an example of this process, read this Inside Higher Ed article about a team-taught course at the University of Massachusetts.
  • Let a librarian assist your students with research by participating in your LearnLink Conference or Blackboard course. Or have a librarian follow your class on Twitter.
  • Request materials for your research and teaching from your subject librarian or by using this form.

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