The following are additional services available to faculty and staff.
Reserve the library's computer classroom (Bush 302)
...other library areas, including the cafe and Resnick Reading Room, may be reserved on a case-by-case basis. For all facilities requests, use the QueCentre scheduling system. To quickly check the availability of the room, click on the title of this paragraph above. Contact Pam Peters at 746-4643 or email@example.com with any questions.
Collaborate with a librarian on research instruction for your students
...various options include a course-specific research workshop, an online tutorial, a course-specific website, assistance with integrating library resources into your course shell, a library tour, guidance on creating a research assignment to involve library resources, etc. Place a request for a library instruction class online.
Place course materials on in the library
...make reading assignments available in the library; provide a copy of a text for those students who cannot buy one right away. Place your reserve request online.
Request that certain books or other items be purchased
...contact the librarian liaison for your division to make requests, get budget information, and find out about recent purchases in your subject areas. Division liaisons are listed on our Contact Us page. Place your purchase request online.
Work with a librarian to research grants and charitable foundations
... make an appointment to use FoundationSearch and BIG Online. These databases can help you locate grants you might be eligible to apply for and provide information about the foundations that sponsor these grants. These databases require a password, so e-mail the library to make an appointment.
View staff development workshops on web searching and other web tools
...find out about the new breed of academic search engines, social software and RSS, and pick up some general search tips that will save you time.
Browse resources on higher education
...follow the latest developments and trends in teaching and technology in the realm of higher education. Discover the hundreds of educational journals available to you.
Brush up on copyright, plagiarism, and fair use issues
...make sure your students understand intellectual property, plagiarism, and how and what to cite. Understand copyright as it relates to teaching, distance learning, etc.
Take advantage of all of the resources available to you
...explore research resources available to you beyond those in the Resnick Library. Whether you're doing research for publication or graduate coursework, or just looking for general information, please feel free to contact a librarian for assistance.
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