Central Texas College

Request a Library Seminar

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Attention: This form is for FACULTY use.

Any student instructed by their professor to attend a library seminar should obtain a registration link directly from their professor.

Students needing a library seminar for any of the following may register at Ask a Librarian or email referencerequest@ctcd.edu.   Note:  A minimum of 1 business day, in advance, is required.  (Please do not use these links if your professor instructed you to attend a virtual seminar.):

  • Research help
  • Citation questions
  • In-depth, subject-driven seminar
  • General overview of library resources

* All form fields are required; comments are optional.
Seminars may be requested one semester in advance, but no later than three business days in advance.


SESSION TYPE:

In-Person (Available in the Library on Central Campus, Bldg 102, Monday-Thursday, 8 a.m.-7 p.m. Friday and weekend by request only.)

PREFERRED SEMINAR DATES: Once your seminar has been scheduled, you will receive an email containing the links to the pre-assessment and the date/time of your seminar.

 

  • First Preferred Date/Time:     (e.g., 8/1/15 @ 3:45 p.m.)
  • Second Preferred Date/Time: (e.g., 8/2/15 @ 8:30 a.m.)

Virtual (Equipment needed to participate: computer/laptop with audio capability and Internet connectivity)

PREFERRED SEMINAR DATES: Once your seminar has been scheduled, you will receive an email containing the links to the pre-assessment and student registration for one of the three date options for your seminar. You will need to forward this information to your class.

 

  • First Preferred Week/Time:     (e.g., 8/1/15 - where the chosen date is a Monday and the time is Central Standard Time)
  • Second Preferred Week/Time: (e.g., 8/8/15 - where the chosen date is a Monday and the time is Central Standard Time)

COURSE NAME OR SUBJECT AREA:

NAME:

EMAIL ADDRESS:

PHONE NUMBER:

YOUR LOCATION:
(e.g., Central Campus, Okinawa, FT Bragg, etc.)

QUESTIONS/COMMENTS: Please note any specific learning objectives you would like library staff to teach (e.g., APA citation style, plagiarism, evaluating information).