Library Instruction Form Please complete the form below to request a library instruction session for your class. Sessions are scheduled on a first come, first served basis, so be sure to book early. Instruction Request Form - Copy 1 InstructorName* First Last Email* Course InformationCourse Name/ProfileDepartmentCourse TypeHumanitiesResearch MethodsIntegrative SeminarIntegrating ActivityNumber of Sections*Select the number of sections to request multiple library instruction sessions.One sectionTwo sectionsThree sectionsFour sections 1st Section Date (yyyy/mm/dd)* Room No.6C.2 (Library Lab)Start* : HH MM End : HH MM 2nd Section Date (yyyy/mm/dd) - 2nd section* Room No. - 2nd sectionStart - 2nd section* : HH MM End - 2nd section : HH MM 3rd Section Date (yyyy/mm/dd) - 3rd section* Room No. - 3rd sectionStart - 3rd section* : HH MM End - 3rd section : HH MM 4th Section Date (yyyy/mm/dd) - 4th section* Room No. - 4th sectionStart - 4th section* : HH MM End - 4th section : HH MM Library Session DetailsPlease let us know what type of session you want to book, and what topics/resources you would like us to cover. Type of Session(s)*Guided Activity & Lecture First-year introduction for students with no previous experience using the Dawson College Library, e.g., Humanities 101. Custom Presentation Comprehensive overview with content tailored to specific course or assignment requirements, e.g. RM, BXE.In-class Individual Research Support No lecture, but a Librarian attends the class to help students refine topics, choose keywords, develop search strategies.Sample Search TopicPlease identify any themes/subjects being examined in your course to help us tailor our search examples.Books/Media Library Catalogue eBook Academic Collection Canadian Electronic Library (eBooks) Course Reserves Films on Demand NFB Campus Article DatabasesLet us know if you would like us to demonstrate specific databases. If it is not listed, please name it in the Comments window. EBSCO Discovery Service Academic Search Complete JSTOR Repère (French Articles) ARTstor PsycARTICLES Research Skills Scholarly vs. Popular Citing Sources Evaluating Sources Research AssignmentPlease attach a copy of your research assignment. Drop files here or Other Comments/RequestsEmailThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.