How can you inspire your students to get started on their own paths of inquiry and discovery? What sources, tools, and strategies can you provide to students as they learn to conduct research in the digital age? How can you get ideas for new ways to teach the research process?
UCLA Library staff with expertise in the research process, instructional design, academic subject areas, and information-access are available to consult with you on:
- selecting research and learning materials for courses and developing online research guides;
- enhancing syllabi to scaffold the research, writing, and creative process;
- developing research assignments;
- using new technologies and learning spaces to support research and learning;
- offering individual and small-group consultations with instructors and students;
- reviewing student research proposals and suggesting research strategies and resources;
- creating and teaching for-credit adjunct courses that develop student research skills;
- discussing faculty research projects and new curricula.
To learn more, contact us at email@example.com or fill out our online form (below) and you will receive a response within two working days.
UCLA Library Instructional Contacts
Arts Library: Robert Gore 310.206.5426
Management Library: Monica Hagan 310.794.4381
Biomedical Library: firstname.lastname@example.org, 310.206.8016
Music Library: David Gilbert 310.825.9673
Clark Library: Philip Palmer
Research Library: Nina Mamikunian 310.206.0324
Powell Library: Doug Worsham 310.206.7255
Science and Engineering Library: Liz Cheney 310.825.3398
East Asian Library: Su Chen 310.825.1401
UCLA Library Special Collections: email@example.com, 310.825.4988
Law Library: Amy Atchison 310.794.5405