This fall, Mann has implemented some exciting changes that will allow us to better meet the needs of our users. We have streamlined our services and moved to a team-based approach so we can be more responsive to the instruction and research support requests that faculty and students send our way. Specific changes involve the following:
Faculty needing assistance with course-related instruction will now be using the instruction request form on the Mann Library website. After you submit a request, a member of our instruction team will follow up with you. Course-related instruction can cover many topics, ranging from a broad overview of library resources to an in-depth and critical evaluation of a news source. We can help your students understand the changing information landscape and become more critical consumers of information. In addition to classroom instruction, you can also use the form to request help with:
- Designing assignments that leverage library resources
- Creating online resource guides designed to support specific courses or subjects
If you need help with scholarly research, please schedule an appointment through our research support request form, and a member of one of our research support teams will get back to you within one business day. Our research consultations are in-depth, customized, one-on-one meetings where we can provide assistance with:
- Developing complex search strategies
- Finding literature, supporting evidence, data, and statistics
- Utilizing a citation management software (i.e., Zotero, EndNote, Mendeley) to organize references
Other consultation services
Hoping for some help with GIS, using the mannUfactory makerspace, data management, systematic reviews, or another library service? Visit our Consultation Services webpage for information on the help you can get from librarians and other experts here at Mann or elsewhere in the Cornell library system.
Not sure where to start? Please don’t hesitate to reach out to our outreach team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions or concerns. One way or the other, we’ve got you covered!