Center for Library User Education (CLUE)
|Jennifer Corbin||Head of CLUEfirstname.lastname@example.org||(504) 314-2916|
|Adam Beauchamp||Research & Instruction Librarian
|Vacant||Research & Instruction Librarian
|Raquel Horlick||Research & Instruction Librarian
(Science & Engineering)
|Anthony DelRosario||Library Technicianemail@example.com||(504) 314-2141|
The Center for Library User Education (CLUE) teaches students the skills and concepts needed to use and evaluate research resources in the 21st Century by focusing on two areas: library instruction taught in classroom settings and research assistance provided to walk-in users in the library's Learning Commons as well as through outreach modes outside the library building.
CLUE librarians participate in both classroom teaching and research assistance. Librarians from other departments also participate in these areas. Classroom teaching often takes place in the CLUE classrooms, rooms 308 and 309 in the Howard-Tilton Memorial Library. Instruction librarians also teach in other classrooms on campus. Research assistance happens in the library, beyond the library and online.
Visit CLUE Instruction Services for information about Research Workshops, How-To Tutorials, or to schedule an instruction session for your class.
Go to CLUE Research Services for information about the Research Help Desk or to schedule an in-depth Research Consultation.