Providing effective library instruction often relies on matching instructional methods and formats to specific groups of users with varying research needs. This five-part panel discussion includes speakers from four different institutions, addressing how each instructional program addresses the distinctive needs of their respective constituencies. Topics covered include the different formats in which instruction is provided, marketing initiatives, and instructional innovations.
Part Two of Five
Speaker: Scott Collard, Coordinator, Social Sciences Collections and Graduate Student Services; Librarian for Education and Linguistics, Bobst Library, New York University
Scott coordinates the activities of the Social Sciences team and the Graduate Student Working Group. This group implements cross-cutting instructional and research services for graduate student populations across NYU, deploys an outreach and communication plan for graduate students, and caretakes graduate student spaces and space planning in the library.