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Library - Teaching Resources: Library Instruction/Orientation

Created for the New Faculty Orientation, but for everyone who teaches at the University of Regina!

Library Instruction/Orientation

Librarians and library staff can offer research instruction and library orientation in a variety of formats. Browse below, or contact us to learn more and inquire about what we can do for your classes:

See the Supporting Student Research tab ( for additional ways Librarians can help your students gain excellent research skills in your classes.

Ready-to-Use Video Tutorials and Research Guides

List of ready-made Library video tutorials:

Page listing for Library research guides:

Library Instruction & Orientation: In-Person Options

In-person support and instruction is not currently available.

When in-person instruction resumes, check this space for options for your classes!

Library Instruction & Orientation: Remote/Online Options

Contact your subject librarian to inquire about any teaching supports you would like tailored to your classes:

Remotely-accessible instruction supports can include:
- Video tutorials made for your assignments
- Research guide web pages specific to your class
- Live sessions taught by the librarian, via Zoom or other online formats
- Dedicated reference availability via Zoom or email
...and any and all other supports you may want for your class! We will work with you to figure out and deliver the best resources for your class's needs.