Welcome to the Auraria Library! Navigating Library Research is a not-for-credit course. It was created to help Auraria Campus students and faculty develop their research skills, both in the Library and in the world at large. The skills learned through this course will help you perform research more efficiently in a wide variety of subject areas.
Navigating Library Research was created with funding from CU Online.
Navigating Library Research can be used as a whole, or one unit at a time. Faculty are encouraged to assign one or more units as part of their courses.
Please note that assignments cannot be submitted directly to the library. Instead, ask your students to download the assignments and submit them directly to you.
Feel free to contact the Auraria Library Instruction Department for more information.
Completing one or more units of Navigating Library Research is a great way to build up your research skills. You're welcome to work through the course on your own. Please contact the library if you need assistance or suggestions.
Instructors for Navigating Library Research are:
Karen Sobel (karen [dot] sobel [at] ucdenver [dot] edu)
Lorrie Evans (lorrie [dot] evans [at] ucdenver [dot] edu)
Gayle Bradbeer (gayle [dot] bradbeer [at] auraria [dot] edu)
Eric Baker (eric [dot] baker [at] ucdenver [dot] edu)
For more information on these and other librarians, please visit the Auraria Library Instruction Department's site.