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Library Instruction & Consultation Services


Library faculty conduct consultations in a number of areas such a literature searches and reviews; use of embedded librarians within the curriculum; questions concerning EndNote (an online document retrieval and article management software program); copyright issues within the curriculum; access to electronic resources for faculty, students, and staff at locations outside the Memphis area, and development of custom curriculum modules to teach information retrieval, access, and evaluation to support attainment of information literacy standards.

To request a consultation, contact Richard Nollan, 901-448-6053.

Embedded Librarian Services

Library faculty are assigned to colleges, departments, and offices. Some librarians are available to become embedded within your course to provide instruction concerning use of databases such as PubMed, Scopus, and PsychINFO. Librarians can also teach skills to improve use of information retrieval and storage software such as EndNote.  To discuss how a librarian can assist with your course, contact Richard Nollan, 901-448-6053.


Library faculty offer training classes on various topics to help you get familiar with library services and resources. Check Calendar for class schedules.

Services by Request

Departments can also request instructional sessions at their locations. For more information about our services, contact: Richard Nollan, 901-448-6053

Last modified: December 8, 2015