We are always here to assist faculty and students with teaching, learning and research. Please note that we do target and prioritize certain classes.
As always, we strongly encourage faculty to remain aware of the resources they are assigning for classes. In some instances, students and faculty who continue to learn and teach remotely may not be able to access physical books (circulating and reserve collections), DVDs, etc. for borrowing or scanning. Please check to see if the library has a copy of your required reading on reserve, and if not, please follow these suggestions for making sure your readings are available.
DIY! Incorporate Library resources into your online course and provide your students with engaging, high-quality information. Make use of our condensed Remote Resources for a Distance Learning Environment.
Upon receiving your request, you will be matched with a librarian with whom you will confirm a mutually agreeable time, place, and format. We appreciate your flexibility and collaboration when planning for library instruction.
Partner with a librarian to design assignments that improve students' library research skills.
Guide to information literacy, including faculty resources for building students’ skills in finding, evaluating and using information.