The library offers a comprehensive bibliographic instruction program to its clientele. The program is designed to promote research and enhance library skills. Patrons are introduced to the Grambling Online Public Access Catalog (GOPAC/iLINK), to print and electronic resources and services, Internet resources by discipline, electronic indexes, various online databases, specific indexes according to discipline, as well as to basic reference and other resources related to the courses and instruction. Instructions on the use of the library's Local Area Network (LAN) are a part of bibliographic instruction classes.
This service is available to classes and small groups. Requests should be initiated a minimum of 14 days in advance and can be made by telephone, in writing, or in person.
For further information, please contact:
Coordinator of Bibliographic Instruction
Phone: 318-274-2227 or 318-274-2229
The information literacy interactive tutorials listed below teach students how to conduct basic library research: