It appears not. Thanks to Sheila Webber for this link
Few students in our sample consulted librarians about research assignments (e.g., developing a research strategy) (20%) or about the campus library system (24%) ey did not use librarians for help with a course-related research assignment.
A significant majority of students in our sample—8 in 10—did not ever consult librarians for course-related research assignments. Instead, instructors played an important role in coaching students through the research process—from figuring out a research strategy to finding acceptable resources to writing up their findings.
Looks like we really need to be proactive and push stuff out to the students rather than expect them to come to us
Also looks like we need to send stuff via teachers and students seem more likely to take notice of them