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Instructional Services

Library Instruction Request – Faculty can use this form to request face-to-face library instruction sessions that focus on specific assignments.
Library Consultation Request – Are you a student needing help starting a project or paper? Request a consultation session with a librarian.
Moodle Request- Faculty and staff members are encouraged to use this form to request course restores from previous semesters, as well as addressing any other issues with Moodle.

About Hege Library’s Instructional Services

Hege Library leads the Guilford College community in identifying, locating, evaluating and gaining access to the full range of information available. The library’s promotion of information literacy advances the college’s mission of developing critical thinkers and principled problem solvers. Professional librarians who specialize in instruction and instructional technology are on hand to assist the Guilford College community.

Services include but are not limited to:

Library Instruction Sessions
Professors bring their students to the library’s Betty Place classroom for a 45-60 minute session. The librarian can address basic library skills, tools, and information concepts, or they can customize the session to the specific research assignment at hand. Each library instruction session is supplemented by a web-based Library Guide that students can refer back to throughout the semester.

Drop-in Sessions
This is similar to the sessions described above, but the librarian comes to your classroom.

Eportfolio & Moodle Training

The electronic or ePortfolio serves as an intentional space not only for the documentation of academic and co-curricular work, but also for structured reflection of students’ overall Guilford experiences. The portfolio acts as a place for students to compile academic work as well as information on outside of the classroom activities.

Guilford has signed on with Digication, a leader in the ePortfolio field.  While currently in its initial implementation phase, the ePortfolio will become a valuable tool for students to not only document their learning at Guilford but also to prepare for life after Guilford.

Moodle is the campus-wide learning management system, where students can upload assignments, particpate in virtual discussions, and where professors can support their classes in an online environment. For Moodle support, please contact Jessica Sender, Instructional Technology Librarian at or ext. 2113. If you are a professor who would like a previous course restored or are experiencing any other issue with Moodle, please fill out the Moodle Request Form.

Other services:

Office Visits
Students can contact instructional librarians by phone, email, or by just stopping by our offices on the main floor. We are glad to set up appointments to work with students individually or in groups.

Research Guides by Subject and Class
Professors can request the development of a web-based “Library Guide” that will direct students to critical tools, sources, and important information concepts. See an example.