“The Libraries, as an essential partner in the Mission of the University of Manitoba, provides access to knowledge
in support of the University’s teaching, research and community service programs.”
(UML mission statement)
Librarians help students expand their skills and abilities in finding, evaluating, and using information.
Faculty teach students to use information in specific disciplines.
Working together, faculty and librarians can spark student interest and help build skills in evaluating, managing, citing, and using resources effectively.
How We Can Work With You
Librarians at the Elizabeth Dafoe Library assist students, faculty, and staff to access and use information.
We need your presence and involvement in the planning and teaching of library sessions, ensuring the engagement of your students. Our librarians will team up with you to develop workshops geared specifically toward your course and the needs of your students. We can work with you to:
What We Do
How We Do It
Schedule library instruction sessions in computer classrooms or invite us to your classroom. We use a variety of teaching methods:
Why We Do It
Our goals are to:
How to Get Started
Help us to provide effective library instruction - contact your subject specialist as far in advance as possible.