Instruction & Reference Services
Support & Services for Students, Faculty & Our Community
We provide support services and information literacy instruction for students, helping to prepare them to excel in today’s information-overloaded world. We teach the required LIB190 course and administer its proficiency exam. We provide reference services to students, including in-depth research consultations via our Make an Appointment with a Librarian service.
We assist faculty with teaching and library-research needs. Feinberg librarian liaisons work with each academic department to provide a customized program of support, including library instruction sessions for classes.
Our Special Collections provides access to archival materials on the northern New York State counties of Clinton, Essex, and Franklin, and the Adirondack and Champlain Valley regions.
Feinberg Library Research Tutorial
View an online tutorial on academic integrity to sharpen your library research skills and help you write better papers. View the Academic Integrity Tutorial
Feinberg Library Instruction and Reference Services assists students, faculty, staff, and the community in their intellectual activities by providing resources and services in support of research, teaching, and learning. We strive to help our users develop information literacy essential for life-long learning and becoming well-informed, reflective global citizens. We are committed to providing free and open access to information in keeping with the ideal that access to information is a human right.*
*Statement on Libraries & Intellectual Freedom, The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions