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Graduate Student Support

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UW Libraries provides resources and services to assist with your success as a graduate student in research, scholarship, and teaching.  Did you know you can: 

Graduate Assistant (GA) Instructor Resources
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Librarians are happy to work with classes that have a research component at any course level. To arrange a librarian to visit you class, please fill out an instruction request

Additionally, librarians can create step-by-step tutorials, research guides, or videos for your classes that support the course assignments and goals. Request a learning object by filling out an instruction request.   
Library Coaches are undergraduate peer mentors trained in research skills. They can help your students with finding quality information about a topic for their course, find background information or answer other questions about the Libraries. Library Coaches offer drop-in desk hours and are also available by appointment.

We offer four standalone workshops aimed at helping students develop research questions, evaluate sources, understand academic honesty and plagiarism, and sharpen their skills for upper-level assignments. You can share these workshops with your classes and allow them to earn extra credit for attending--all through Canvas Commons and the SOAR platform. Check out our tutorial on importing these extra credit workshops


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Dept. 3334
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
(307) 766-3190
(800) 442-6757