The Stony Brook University Libraries instruction program nurtures and develops critical thinking skills for the university community, skills that are applicable inside and outside the academic environment. We create and sustain best practices in assessment, pedagogy, and emerging technologies that elevate our services and enhance information literacy. We act as an essential partner in the research and learning activities and initiatives of the university.
Stony Brook’s librarians are available to conduct research workshops or library tours designed to meet the needs of a specific course or assignment. Request a class.
For classes at HSL: please contact your liaison librarian.
Online Instruction: the Libraries can conduct instruction classes over Adobe Connect. If you would like an online session for your class, please note that in the Additional Comments section of the Request a Class form. We can also provide a link to the recordings of the sessions for future viewing.
Our librarians give a variety of workshops throughout the semester on everything from citation style to scholarly publishing to mobile resources. Sign up for one today!
Good news: our staff has put together a series of research guides and tutorials to assist researchers.
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