Instruction & Workshops
Our information literacy sessions are available in-person or online through Blackboard Collaborate.
Information Literacy Sessions
Library instruction class sessions are designed to teach students how to search, evaluate, and use information; and how to use the library effectively. Librarians provide instruction from freshman to graduate students, generally at the request of the course instructor. Instruction sessions are held in the computer laboratory of the library to provide hands-on practice and active learning. The instruction sessions are usually 30 to 60 minutes; however, librarians are happy to help you develop assignments for individual classes or student groups. To request a library instruction session, please submit library instruction requests at least ONE WEEK in advance by completing an and sending along with a copy of the class syllabus to the library.
In addition to information literacy courses scheduled by professors, the librarians at Morgan State also offer drop-in workshop sessions to improve your research. The following workshops will be held by Morgan State University Librarians for the remainder of the Spring 2018 Semester:
Finding library articles & journals
Basics of online research
Citations & plagiarism
Workshops run in three week cycles, new cycles begin the weeks of January 23, February 13, March 6, and March 27.
Workshops are on Tuesdays at noon in room 117 of the library, and Thursdays at 4 pm online on Blackboard Collaborate.
Earl S. Richardson Library
Text: askmorganlibrary + your question to 66746
Sun: 1 pm -
Mon-Wed: 24 hours (close at midnight Wed)
Thu: 8 am - 12 am
Fri: 8 am - 6 pm
Sat: 9 am - 6 pm