Consultation & Instruction

We help faculty with their teaching and scholarship through consultation and instruction sessions. Tell us who you are, choose the areas of expertise you may need, and tell us a bit about your project. Most instruction and consultations will be held online or remotely until further notice.

Areas of Expertise Explained

Get help with copyright, intellectual property, fair use, and more.

Data Management
Learn about data management best practices, data privacy and ethics, and data repositories.

Digital Projects
Get digital project support, digital assignment creation, experiment with technologies, and more.

Information Literacy Instruction
Our liaison librarians offer course-integrated instruction to teach students how to find, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically, and more.

Instructional Design & Technology
Get in-depth consultation and collaboration on course design, technology integration, technology training for instruction, and more.

The Makery
Get help with virtual reality, 3D printing, media labs, sewing and textiles, and more.

Media Production
JMU Libraries staff can create professional video, graphic design, photography, animation and motion graphics for instructional projects. Learn more about these services.

Get help with description, structured data, annotation, controlled vocabularies, linked data, ontologies, and more.

Online and Hybrid Learning
Gain support, strategies, and skills for your work in online learning environments to empower teaching and learning beyond the boundary of a physical classroom. For tutorials and resources to explore at your own pace, visit our Guide to Hybrid & Online Teaching.

Open Educational Resources
Find and adopt Open Educational Resources (OER), learn how to create your own, and explore the spectrum of OER possibilities.

Research Support
Our liaison librarians offer faculty and students support as they pursue research using open and subscription resources.

Special Collections
Find and use primary and archival sources available through Special Collections.  A minimum of 2 weeks will be required in order to accommodate requests for instruction.