Concordia University's subject and teaching librarians are ready to work with you to support students in their discovery, strategic searching, evaluation, and use of information relevant to their academic disciplines, research questions, professional trajectories, and beyond.
Contact your subject librarian
Please contact your librarian in advance of your course; a minimum of two weeks before the requested library instruction date may be required in order to meet the needs of your students.
Taking a moment for communication with your librarian, whether virtually or in person, can enhance faculty-librarian collaborations for the benefit of your students.
Your syllabus and major assignments which are likely to indicate the information needs and expectations that you have of your students are useful documents for faculty-library collaboration. Please consider sharing these teaching materials.
Subject librarian contact information
- Faculty of Arts and Science
- Gina Cody School of Engineering and Computer Science
- Faculty of Fine Arts
- John Molson School of Business
For general inquiries, please use our Ask a Librarian service.
Workshops and assignments
Subject librarians provide workshops and assignments that are specifically tailored to the needs of individual Concordia faculty and their courses. Workshops can include hands-on instruction in the use of print and electronic resources in a specific discipline. Assignments can include activities to reinforce library research concepts taught in workshops. To arrange for a workshop and/or assignment, contact your subject librarian.
Library Research Skills Tutorial
This online tutorial has modules on searching, finding articles and more, reading and note taking, and citing. Choose the modules and/or activities that you would like to integrate into your courses or work with your subject librarian to identify the most relevant sections.
Subject and course guides
There is a subject guide for each field of study at Concordia and many course-specific guides as well. Links to these guides can also be found in the Library Resources Moodle Block.
The Library has guides for all popular citation styles, including APA, MLA, Turabian, Chicago, SBL and IEEE. See all citation guides.
Library how-to guides
Top library how-to guides include:
- How to write a research paper
- How to write a literature review
- How to write an annotated bibliography
See all general guides for finding, evaluating, writing and using.