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Classes & Workshops

Library Instruction

We work with faculty, lecturers, researchers and graduate student instructors to support courses and projects for undergraduate and graduate students. Library instruction includes classes on the use of advanced software for multimedia creation and 3D printing.

We teach students:

  • to find information using appropriate print and electronic resources
  • to evaluate information and determine if it meets project needs and requirements
  • to organize information and use citation and copyright management tools
  • to derive new knowledge and create new content, text-based as well as multimedia  

Request Library Instruction

Learn more about planning effective library assignments.


The library holds workshops throughout the year open to all NU faculty, staff and students.  They focus on research databases and tools, creativity and editing software for audio and video, and 3D printing technology. 


To request a tour of the Snell Library building for student groups or campus visitors, complete this form or contact c.oka [at] neu.edu (Christine Oka), Library Instruction Coordinator.

Research Tutorials

Our online research tutorials are designed to help students with common research questions.  We can also develop custom tutorials for your class.


To set up an appointment for individual research consultations, contact a librarian subject specialist or digital media specialist directly.


c.oka [at] neu.edu (Christine Oka)
Library Instruction Coordinator
Tel: (617) 373-3316