Mildred & Louis Resnick Library
Specialized Instruction for Classes:
Sign up for an instruction session with one of our librarians: Library Instruction Request Form. (Please allow a minimum of two weeks for scheduling).
Librarians can collaborate with you on a format that will work for you and your students. We offer:
- Hands-on, interactive class session(s), targeted toward a specific assignment or objective
- Library orientation via virtual escape room or in-person scavenger hunt
- Custom web-based research guides compiling the most useful resources and research tips for your subject area, course, or assignment (allow a minimum of one month to develop a new guide, or a minimum of one week for updates to existing pages)
- Interactive, self-paced tutorials designed around the specific needs of your program, course, or assignment
- Assistance with integrating library resources into your Online Delhi courses
- Advice and collaboration on creating a project that incorporates research skills or library resources
To discuss instruction for your class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 607-746-4635 and ask to speak with a Librarian.
Faculty Open Educational Resources (OER) Information
Faculty who are interested in converting a course to using OER, please reach out to the Scholarly Communications Librarian, Jenny Collins, for help in identifying materials available to you, or utilize the following online resources: SUNY OER Services and the Open SUNY website. If you need additional information, please reach out to any of the Librarians or Online Education staff.
The Resnick Library has also created a LibGuide on OER Information for faculty and staff. You can reach out to the Scholarly Communications Librarian, Jenny Collins, for any questions or help as you start your OER exploration.
The campus Program Lead for OER is Carrie Fishner; please notify her of any courses you are teaching that utilize OER materials. If you are converting a course to OER materials, please fill out this Memorandum of Understanding (pdf) and return to the Library Director.
Our campus bookstore also offers turn-key low cost courseware developed by Barnes & Nobles that can easily be adopted into your class. Please visit the Barnes & Noble Education website to learn more, or reach out to the Bookstore Manager.
Faculty Reserve Book Requests:
If you would like to place a book on reserve in the library for students to use, please fill out the Reserve Book Request Form. Please be aware that this request will average three business days once it has been received. You can request a book that the library owns to be placed on reserve; however, if the item is not owned by the library, it must be provided by the faculty member requesting it.
General Workshops & Tutorials:
- UNIV 103 - Information Management: On a somewhat irregular basis, the Library also offers UNIV 103, a one-credit course in Information Management. This course is designed around teaching students to access, evaluate, and organize information in support of both research and life information needs. Students will explore digital resources and tools, as well as traditional print resources. Skills and principles learned in this hands-on course apply directly to resarch assignments in other courses, as well as to the professional workplaces.