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Library Research Skills Tutorial

The online Library Research Skills Tutorial is a self-enroll course that provides students with an introduction to the college library’s services and basic research strategies. These strategies include searching the Academic Search Complete Database, locating materials in GLOCAT (the library’s catalog), requesting materials via IDS, and citing sources. This tutorial is designed to supplement the INTD 105 library instruction program, but will benefit any student who needs to brush up on the library tools available to them.

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If you have questions please email Alessandra Otero Ramos, Tutorial Coordinator at


Plagiarism Tutorial

The Plagiarism Tutorial supported by the library is now available in Brightspace. The tutorial provides students with examples of plagiarism and strategies or avoiding it. Students must self-enroll in the tutorial in order to complete it.

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Conventions in College Writing

If you'd like to work independently or check up on details of academic sentence structure, punctuation, usage, grammar, research strategies, or major documentation styles, Conventions in College Writing is for you. This free open education resource has been edited for Geneseo students and will appear on your Brightspace dashboard when you enroll. 

SUNY Geneseo Student Internships at Fraser Hall Library

Please note that all internships are for current SUNY Geneseo students only.
We are not accepting graduate school interns at this time.

Research Instruction 

The research instruction internships are aimed at students considering going into the career of librarianship. They are an opportunity to learn the culture, general skills, and realities of the profession. Interns complete a course that is a mixture of theory (readings from scholarly articles, professional literature) about library work, and practice (putting those theories to work by using actual library software and doing real-world projects that impact the library and other students.) There are typically two slots open per semester, and interested students can apply using the university's Handshake system. 

Imaginarium & TERC

The Imaginarium & TERC internship is an opportunity for students enrolled in SUNY Geneseo's School of Education programs to further develop their teaching skills and gain a basic understanding of school librarianship. Interns are responsible for managing two library spaces/collections specific to the field of education, creating lesson plans and instructional materials, assisting their peers, and learning basic library skills, such as reference and collection development as it relates to school libraries. Note: This internship is offered as needed. When it is available, students should apply on Handshake.

Editing Internship
**Dependant on publication schedule & faculty author interest** 
This position serves as primary editorial contact for one manuscript to be published with Milne Library. In conjunction with Milne Library’s Digital Publishing Services Manager, the student editor will prepare an overview of the manuscript and suggested developmental edits, and work with the author to make suggested changes within a specified timeframe. The editor will also serve as copy editor of the manuscript, applying style conventions and editing for grammar, punctuation, and general clarity to prepare the manuscript for publication. Inquire with Allison Brown for availability at

Content Developer Internship
**Dependant on publication schedule & faculty author interest** 
This position works collaboratively with faculty authors of open textbooks to create complimentary interactive content or ancillary resources to accompany an already published or in progress Milne Open Textbook. This position requires subject matter expertise in the topic chosen and comfort with technology. Inquire with Allison Brown for availability and include your major, minor, and subject area of interest at