Answered By: Stephanie Folse Last Updated: May 18, 2016 Views: 20
- Library orientation and tours.
- Instruction to groups demonstrating effective use of the library's electronic and print resources.
- Instruction on the proper use of library services.
- Individual instruction targeted to the specific level of a patron's sophistication and needs.
The Mary Couts Burnett Library Training Room 3202 (map) is used to provide library patrons with instruction in the use of information resources available through the Library, such as the library catalog and other electronic research tools. It is also used by Information Technology (IT) for training of TCU faculty and staff on various software products. The Training Room is jointly administered by Mary Couts Burnett Library and by IT.
The Training Room was created to provide a restricted training facility for TCU Library and Information Technology staff use only.
The Training Room may be reserved by staff librarians or library student supervisors for library instruction, library student worker training, library staff development, or library product vendor demonstration purposes. Information Technology services trainers may also reserve the room for computer related training for faculty and staff as well as IT student worker training.
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