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Science Teaching Resources

Course Reserves

Ensure access to core required class materials that, due to high demand, would not otherwise be available to all students in a class.

Library Research Instruction Program

A Blommer librarian can provide course- or assignment-specific research guides, research consultations, orientation sessions, and course-specific library research sessions for undergraduates and graduate students upon request. Please contact us at 202-687-5651 or sciencelib@georgetown.edu for details.

Library Research Assignment Consultations

A librarian can work with you to develop more effective library research assignments and better integrate library resources into your classes and your students’ work.

Research Consultations for your students

A librarian offers an overview of and in-depth assistance with important resources for senior or master's theses, dissertations, papers, and other types of research.

Research Guides

Make sure your students consult more than just Google. Each guide helps students launch library research, using the key resources in your discipline. Or see the "Sciences" section of Databases by Subject.

A Portal into Biology Education: An Annotated List of Commonly Encountered Terms

50 key terms that scientists will likely encounter in any exploration of biology education

Multimedia Services

The Gelardin New Media Center in Lauinger Library can assist you in designing multimedia assignments and help your students create their multimedia class projects.

Center for New Designs in Learning and Scholarship (CNDLS)

CNDLS is dedicated to helping you make the best use of new and existing technologies in teaching. Help with effective practices in teaching and learning; guides on the principles of learning and syllabus design; and a showcase of innovative teaching practices and projects being used at Georgetown University.

Teaching & Learning Technologies

Teaching, learning and collaboration tools, including suggested uses and how to get started. Examples include Blackboard, blogs, clickers, data visualization, e-portfolios, lecture capture, media authoring, and Omeka.

Analytical Sciences Digital Library (ASDL)

National Science Foundation-funded collection of peer-reviewed educational and technical analytical sciences links. Main categories: Techniques, Applications, Resources by Format and Teaching Resources, which include e-texts, tutorials, videos, exercises, PowerPoint presentations, experiments, animations, and labs.

Teach-Yourself Tutorials

Guides to using key science research databases; video tutorials on software products for multimedia, business, and development (lynda.com); how to do a lit review; and library research basics.