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Librarians are your partners when it comes to curricular design. We care about supporting your efforts to meet student learning outcomes. Reach out to your Subject Liaison Librarian - let's see what we can accomplish together!
Butler librarians liaison with specific colleges and majors, providing information literacy (IL) instruction and research consultations to students. To schedule an IL session, contact the Subject Liaison who works with your major, or contact Sally Neal, Associate Dean for Instruction and User Services, email@example.com, 940-9949.
Butler's Information Literacy Program
Butler Libraries provides information literacy instruction throughout a student's undergraduate/graduate experience. The key curriculum areas targeted include:
Assumptions (or, Did you Know?)
There are currently three classrooms within Irwin Library: 007, Great Books Room, 119.
You can reserve these classrooms via the campus EMS system (within My.Butler). When scheduling a library instruction session in 119, the librarian will reserve this room.
Before requesting titles to be purchased, please ensure that your request falls within our Collection Development policy [pdf].
To request that specific books, DVDs, and other materials be ordered for the collections, please email your requests to your Subject Liaison. Your liaison will most likely be forwarding on your email or reentering the information in a separate library ordering system, so please avoid sending us catalogs with items circled if possible.
Want to give your students increased access to print materials?
At Butler Libraries, we are happy to place items on Print Reserve for you. Items can include Butler-owned titles or your own personal copies. These items are placed behind the Information Commons Desk and given much shorter loan periods than items in the rest of the collection.
Email Butler University Libraries
Irwin Library: 317-940-9227
Science Library: 317-940-9937