The Library wants to provide ISU students, faculty, and staff the best service possible. We are pleased to extend these services to area schools. To achieve this goal, we want to tailor your visit to best fit your objectives. The Library offers three activities from which to choose. Select from the following options, keeping in mind you can elect to have any combination of the three.
Tour - guided tour of the entire Library specifically identifying areas the students generally use.
Instruction - 30-minute to one-hour presentation that covers anything from the basics of research to evaluating sources.
Library Research - Use the Library and its resources without any library instruction. Students may ask any questions at the reference desk. Please make arrangements with the Library for the date and time your students will be here. Reference librarians can open the computer classroom and offer assistance to students on their projects.
Before you arrive at Eli M. Oboler Library, please remind your students of these expectations:
Room 212: includes 26 computer workstations, a projector, a screen, a tech podium, an ELMO, a whiteboard, a blackboard, and demonstration software.
Room 266: includes 42 seats, eight tables, a projector, screen, tech station, podium, ELMO, television, and whiteboard. Located in back (left), northeast corner near the study rooms.