Research, Teaching and Learning
The Research, Teaching and Learning Department provides research assistance and instructional services to the Marquette community. An expert staff is available to suggest strategies and resources from our collection of print and online reference sources to address your research needs. A funding information center also provides information for the fund-seeking public and for those researching private foundations, grantmaking, and philanthropy.
Tours & Orientations
Contact the Information Desk to schedule an appointment.
Librarians prepare active learning sessions tailored to a specific assignment or topic based on the Framework for Information Literacy of the Association of College and Research Libraries. Research strategies, critical thinking skills and Print and online research sources are emphasized.
Schedule an instruction session for your class.
Assignments - Librarians collaborate with faculty to develop targeted research assignments and exercises linked to library resources.
Curriculum Review - Librarians can advise on the effective integration of information literacy concepts into curricular planning.
Online instruction - Librarians work with faculty to integrate library resources, services, and learning objects into online courses. For more information, please contact the Raynor Information Desk at (414) 288-7556
Funding Information Center
Librarians and Staff
Alissa Fial, Head of Research, Teaching and Learning Department
Valerie Beech, Research, Teaching and Learning Librarian
Nicole Bungert, Student Success Librarian
Maxwell Gray, Digital Scholarship Librarian
Emily Horner, Research, Teaching and Learning Librarian
Eric Kowalik, Digital Technology and Design Specialist
Annie Lipski, Research, Teaching and Learning Librarian
Leatha Miles-Edmonson, Research, Teaching and Learning Librarian
Matt Prigge, Research, Teaching and Learning Librarian