In-person library classes:
Helping students build excellent information skills is one important way we support student learning at NAIT. We teach face-to-face library sessions on a range of topics, and are happy to come into your class and work with your students.
We tailor our library sessions to the assignment your students are working on, and work with you to ensure that the content of our classes supports the learning objectives of your course.
Here are descriptions of the classes we commonly teach. If you'd like us to work with your class on a specific topic that you don't see listed, just get in touch - we're always open to something new.
Use our online booking form to book a session.
If you teach a distance class, or would like some extra, online content for your face-to-face classes, we have a series of self-paced, online library classes that students can work through to improve their information skills.
Find free business case studies to use in your teaching with these online collections:
1) MIT: Learning Edge - “A free learning resource for management educators and students”
2) Stanford’s “Closer Look” Case Study Series – Topics, Issues and Controversies in Corporate Governance and Leadership .
4) Arthur Andersen Case Studies in Business Ethics - Created between 1987-94 with funding from Arthur Andersen.
5) AABRI Case Study Journals (Open access journals) - The journals are a great resource for free case studies on a variety of topics
Want help accessing information to answer a question or support a project?
Email me or fill out the 'Information/Research Request' below.
We've moved way beyond books and offer a wide range of technology that can be loaned by staff and students. From cameras to Epson projectors to virtual reality headsets, explore all of our loanable technology.
We work to provide students with the tools and information they need to be successful. Our favourite way to accomplish this is to partner with instructors - to work closely with you in order to ensure we are providing your students with the resources that best support their learning.
So please get in touch!