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eConcordia course developers guide

Why consult a subject librarian?

There is a subject librarian for every department at Concordia. They manage resources and provide research assistance to students and faculty in that discipline. Subject librarians provide in-depth workshops for undergraduate and graduate courses, demonstrating the research skills and concepts that students will need to successfully complete their assignments. Many of the instructors that eConcordia works with will already know their subject librarian.

If a course you are working on has a research component, you may want to invite the subject librarian to a course design and development meeting, to discuss ways that the librarian can provide instruction online. He or she can also help you to access electronic resources or provide research help for students. The Teaching & Learning Librarian (andrea.cameron@concordia.ca) can connect you to your subject librarian. You can also contact a subject librarian directly via the email provided on their research guide.

page last updated on: Thursday 14 September 2017
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