In addition to providing research assistance to individuals, we offer library instruction sessions for classes meeting on the Chicago and Loop Campuses. We invite you to contact us at (312) 503-8422 if you will be requiring your class to use any of the following information resources and research techniques:
The best time to schedule a library instruction session is just as students are beginning a project that requires the use of information resources. Students appreciate the immediate relevancy to the task at hand, and are more likely to recall useful research strategies. Non-traditional students especially appreciate the opportunity to meet with a librarian who can assist in alleviating their library and research anxiety. Many non-traditional students have not done any library research in some time, and are apprehensive about their online research skills. Library research instruction sessions help students to complete their assignments more efficiently and effectively.
During the course of our presentation, we usually focus on how to locate one or more of the following:
A complete list of Northwestern University Libraries online resources is available on our Electronic Resources  page.
Research guides for specific subjects are available: