UA Libraries supports teaching and learning across campus by offering a variety of library instruction. Options include introductory information literacy and research methods to searching for advanced disciplinary research and archival research. We also offer instruction to support media production, digital humanities scholarship, and use of the academic software packages available in the Libraries. Request a session by filling out the electronic request forms, or contact the following individuals in a specific library.

Library or Department Areas Covered Research & Resource Complements To Schedule Instruction, Contact:
Gorgas Library
  • Humanities
  • Social Sciences
Gorgas Library
  • First-Year Writing
Bruno Library
  • General Business, Accounting,
  • Economics, Finance,
  • Management, Statistics,
  • Information Systems, Marketing
McLure Library
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Educational Leadership, Policy, and Technology Studies
  • Educational Studies in Psychology, Research Methodology, and Counseling
  • Kinesiology
  • Music Education
  • Special Education and Multiple Abilities
Rodgers Library
  • Engineering, Chemistry,
  • Physics, Biology,
  • Nursing, Mathematics,
  • Library Software
Division of Special Collections: Hoole Library
    • Alabama History, Civil War,
    • Southern History, Manuscripts,
    • Rare Books
Division of Special Collections: A.S. Williams III Americana Collection
  • Southern History, Maps
  • American Civil War,
  • African-American History,
  • Photographs, Southern Literature
Alabama Digital Humanities Center
  • Humanities
  • Collaborative Technologies
Sanford Media Center
  • Multimedia Presentation Software,
  • Multimedia Equipment
Workshop opportunities presented by subject and technology experts here at the University Libraries. Ranging from subject-specific topics, to hands-on software workshops, we offer these diverse opportunities to students, faculty, and staff.