Library Instruction

Instruction at Randall Library

Information Literacy Instruction 

Information literate citizens examine the socio-cultural production of information and knowledge, and they approach all information production and consumption in a critical manner. We offer virtual, face-to-face, synchronous, or asynchronous instruction for your classes. Request information literacy instruction.

Center for Southeast North Carolina Archives and History 

Interested in having your class explore our Special Collections, University Archives, and Digital Collections? Contact our Center to request instruction.  

Digital Makerspace (DMS) 

The Digital Makerspace offers access to emerging technologies such as VR, 3D printing, and even more for your classroom.  Instruction and consultation for digital projects (such as Adobe Suite, ePortfolios, Presentations), mobile makerspace features and activities can be brought to you. Request a DMS workshop or consultation.


From Adobe Premiere to Copyright & Fair Use, Randall Library offers a variety of both face-to-face and virtual workshops. Check out the library events calendar to see what’s being offered.