Instruction & Research Support

Georgia Tech librarians taught more than 250 course-integrated workshops in 2015, touching nearly 6,000 students, faculty and staff. Classes take place in Homer Rice Center and the Multimedia Studio, both are located on the ground floor of Price Gilbert [view map]. Homer Rice Center is equipped with 35 computer stations that run both Mac and PC environments. They provide access to the Adobe Creative Suite, EndNote and iMovie.

Our faculty is always available to enrich your teaching and learning needs.

Librarians can assist you in:

English 1102 (Spring 2014): Students provided usability testing and analysis of five Georgia Tech Library Online Resources. They offered tangible recommendations for improvement for students and other members of the Georgia Tech community.

CS 6460 (Fall 2015): Students developed a formal needs assessment, including formative research with observations and interviews, for proposed library services included in Library Next. They focused on four proposed services: multimedia instruction, retrocomputing, virtual browsing, and geofencing and beacons.

ID 3052 Interactive Design Studio (Spring 2016): Students are developing new concepts employing interactive technologies to more actively engage the user base in the role and operation of the library on campus. Research focuses on tangible, interactive access to library resources through digital installations in the building.

CS 4912 (Spring 2016): Senior design project students are preparing  a geofencing mobile app for the library.

  • Multimedia Workshops: Hands-on software workshops tailored to course projects are available, including infographics, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, content management systems, and iMovie.

English 1101 (Fall 2015):

Watch the Music: Reading Music Videos

More info? Contact:

Alison Valk
Multimedia Instruction Librarian
Email Alison Valk

or your Subject Librarian