Lloyd Sealy Library
John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Lloyd Sealy Library

Lloyd Sealy Library

John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Request online library instruction

In Spring 2022, the default mode for library instruction will continue to be online (Zoom or Blackboard). If you teach an online-only or hybrid course, a librarian can join you in a virtual 30-minute session to provide instruction covering selected library research skills. The course instructor is expected to be present and participating throughout the session. Please be sure you enable the librarian as co-presenter in whatever platform you use (and be sure you know how to do this in advance) so they can share their screens. Since it is not pedagogically feasible to cover too much in one session, you should consider which two or three skills will be most relevant and useful to your students given their current assignment and consult with the librarian prior to the session about this.

In the form below, please be sure to explicitly state whether you are requesting that a librarian visit your virtual class (30-minute session) or whether you prefer to independently share information with your students based on specific skill-building resources suggested by a librarian. Because various courses will be taught in person or remotely, and because library faculty will be working on hybrid schedules, we will pair you with a librarian for a requested week with the understanding that course instructor and librarian will decide when and how the session will take place. 

Instruction requests must be placed a minimum of 10 days in advance of the session.


You and the assigned librarian will coordinate regarding the exact timing of the session during, or as close as possible to, your preferred week.
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We will do our best to accommodate interested faculty. Once you submit this form, we will get in touch with you within a week to set up a plan of action and determine what would be most effective and engaging for your students. We look forward to working with you! —John Jay Library Faculty
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