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Jill E. Luedke - Art, Architecture, Art History Librarian

Art Subject Specialist / German Studies

What I can do for faculty

In-class Research Education:  Create confident and self-sufficient learners with demonstrations and hends-on workshops on research strategies relevant to your students' projects. See descriptions of the in-class options on this page.

Assignment and Syllabus Consultation:  Encourage better research and better use of research tools by tweaking existing prompts or designing new assignments.

Online Instruction Materials:  Facilitate learning by creating online guides or exercises relevant to your courses and specific to your assignments.

Purchase Materials: Purchase books, journals, e-resources, and databasaes related to your curriculum and research needs.  

In-Class Options

5 minute pop-in: If you already tell your students about the library and provide my contact in your syllabi and Blackboard site, consider a 5 minute pop-in visit so your stuents can put a face to the name.

25 minute overview: Overview on where to access library resources on the Temple Libraries website.

45 minute show and tell: 
  • Demonstration of essential art databases.
  • Accessing materials beyond Temple.
  • Basic overview of proper citation format.

50-90 minute workshop(s): Longer and repeated visits are good for research intensive courses/projects

- Good for new students, early level researchers, and research intensive courses
- Conducted in a computer lab, which I will reserve.
  • Hand-on experience with resources relevant to your students' projects.
  • Practice finding and thinking critically about information on artists, objects, and movements.
  • Discuss research strategies relevant to your students' projects.
  • Practice proper citations and bibliography preparation.