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Faculty Resources and Services: Instruction

Information on how the library resources can support faculty with curriculum, research and retention/tenure/promotion.

Why use Research Guides?

The customized Research Guide allows the librarian to:

  • Organize core and relevant resources into one 24 hour accessible webpage.
  • Combine features of social networks, wikis and blogs on a specific subject.
  • Create RSS and podcast feeds while including user comment options.
  • Update the research guide BEFORE, DURING and AFTER your lectures.


Please contact us if you have any questions. We love working with our faculty.

Library Resources that Promote Instruction

Library Instruction Sessions

- are tailored to a class theme or assignment,

- include hands-on/ interactive in-class assignments,

- short homework assignments,

- or semester long projects.

To schedule a session contact Harvey Castellano or a Subject Specialist.

Online Tutorials

Research Guides for a Course or Assignment

Online Request for Library Support

On the Shelf

Copyright Questions?

Confused about copyright and "fair use" as it relates to articles, books and media use in your course?

If you have questions about copyright, click on the Copyright Research Guide for further assistance.

Freshman Dropouts

"Freshman Dropouts" (3:09) in Declining by Degrees: Higher Education at Risk. This video clip is from the database Films on Demand.  

NOTE:  If you are off campus, you will need to log in through the VPN or library proxy server.

eBooks for Faculty

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