The Catholic University of America

Library Instruction

Classroom Instruction

In-class Library Instruction Sessions

The University Libraries offers in-class library instruction. Faculty interested in including library instruction in their lesson plans are encouraged to contact their library liaison to create a session tailored for the course goals or a specific assignment. For a list of suggested topics, please refer to the Menu of Options for Instruction. To request instruction, please use our contact form or contact the liaison librarian in your subject area. Note: Instructors for ENG 101/101H/103, TRS 201, HSTR 101, and PHIL 201/202 should contact Thad Garrett, Instruction and Marketing Librarian, at

Individual Instruction

Library 101 - Self Paced Online Tutorial

Go to Library 101 Tutorial!

The modules in this self-paced, online tutorial serve as a primer for using library resources here at CUA. Each module focuses on a particular step of research, including choosing and narrowing a topic, determining a research strategy, determining where to search, locating resources, and using information ethically.

Individual Consultations

Students, faculty, and staff wishing to get on-one-on help with library tools and resources are encouraged to schedule an individual consultation. To schedule a consultation, please submit a request using Meet With a Librarian or contact the liaison librarian in your subject area.

Search the University Libraries' website