Research Services is a team of dynamic librarians who support the academic mission of Mount Holyoke through teaching research skills and curating library collections that are responsive to the needs of students, faculty, and society at large. We support student and faculty research success by teaching how to effectively and ethically discover, evaluate, use, cite and create information in all its formats. We work alongside students and faculty through one-on-one consultations, classroom visits where we provide instruction in the full range of the research process, at the Research Help Desk (virtually and in-person), via online tutorials and guides, and as embedded instructors. We practice a welcoming and compassionate approach to helping students and faculty achieve their learning, research and teaching goals and warmly invite you to reach out to us!
Read more about our work: https://lits.mtholyoke.edu/research/research-support
We are available to help you design synchronous and asynchronous learning objects and to support teaching and learning. Here are some examples:
Support in identifying online materials for course reserve
Tutorials that can be used in FYS or as a refresher in other courses, including tutorials on academic integrity
One-on-one consultations with faculty and students, tailored to specific needs
Synchronous class sessions that will orient students to online research
Instruction and support for bibliographic citation management tools (e.g., Zotero)
Research guides that you can link to in your Moodle sites
Embedded librarianship: include us in your Moodle courses, and we can address students’ questions about the research process from start to finish
In collaboration with SAW, we provide writing support: https://lits.mtholyoke.edu/research/writing-support
We practice a welcoming and compassionate approach to helping you achieve your learning and teaching goals and warmly invite you to chat us at https://lits.mtholyoke.edu/about-lits/chat-librarian, or email us at email@example.com.
List of LITS liaisons: https://lits.mtholyoke.edu/research/lits-liaisons