Language TAs - Library Orientation: Other Opportunities

Working with a librarian

Research Services librarians are available for research consultations. You can consult on a class assignment you were given, or on the research you are doing yourself.  Appointments are available in person and online.  Schedule a research appointment

Consulting rare books and manuscripts

Where?  Level 4. Special Collections. Sawyer Library

Includes the College Archives which documents the widest possible range of experiences that inform the history of Williams, and the Chapin Library which collects books, manuscripts, and other primary sources from antiquity to the present. Special Collectons also houses a permanent display of Founding Documents of the United States. 


Getting writing assistance

Where? Level 4. Sawyer Library. 

The Writing Center offers individual peer tutoring through our Writing Workshop and we work with faculty across the curriculum to support student writing. (Consulting Rooms are on the entrance level) 

The Quantitative Skills Programs offers support for the acquisition of quantitative skills. 

Creating a display / organizing an event

As TAs and students at Williams, you can partner with the the library in the following ways: 

Borrowing AV Equipment

Where? Level 3 (Entrance Level) Circulation Desk. Sawyer Library

You can borrow a variety of equipment at the Sawyer Circulation Desk: 

Maker Spacer (Center for Educational Technology)

Where? Level 2. Sawyer Library. 

The Center for Educational Technology (CET) is designed to enhance the relationship between learning and technology. Resources available in the CET include: 

Study Spaces

In the libraries you can find: