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Instruction Session Request

Instruction Session Requests

Welcome! The USF Tampa Library Instruction Team works with instructional faculty and staff to plan, design, and deliver custom library instruction sessions or online modules that help students acquire the skills to be successful researchers.

Please note that our instruction request process has changed. To request a library instruction session or online learning module, please complete the following steps:

  • Select your librarian/subject area
  • Complete the online request form

If you are requesting use of any of our classrooms for something other than a library instruction session, please contact Terry Hutchings at 813-974-4497 or tdhutchi@usf.edu. Each request will be considered on a case by case basis in accordance with library policy.  Use of library instruction rooms for non-instruction or non-library affiliated groups will be limited during Spring/Fall semesters.

Due to high demand and the time needed to prepare, please make your request at least two weeks in advance. We strongly suggest that instructors attend library instruction sessions along with your students.



Step 1: Select your preferred librarian or subject area

Use the drop-down menus below to select your desired librarian. If you don’t know which librarian to select, skip to the subject area and select a relevant entry on the menu.

If you’re requesting a room only, select that option from either list.

Once you have made your selection, you will be taken to the online request form to complete the process. Once you have completed the online form, you will be contacted by a librarian within 2 business days. The librarian will respond to confirm your appointment.

Librarian

Subject Area


Have questions or concerns about requesting library instruction? Contact Maryellen Allen, Assistant Director for Instructional Services.

(813) 974-2729

4202 E. Fowler Ave. LIB122 Tampa FL 33620

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