The links on this Web page are aimed toward providing faculty members with information to help them effectively use the Library for teaching, research, and learning.
General Library Information
How do I contact Library staff members?
Borrowing and Ordering
What is the Library's circulation policy?
How can I renew a book or other resource?
How can I recall a book or other resource?
Can I check out non-circulating books and materials?
Can I request books and materials from other libraries?
How do I request a book or other resource for the Library to order?
Is there a form for ordering books for the Library collection? (PDF Order Form)
What is Information Literacy, and why is it important?
How do I schedule Information Literacy instruction for my class?
Where can I find class library instruction guides or handouts?
Where can I get help in planning, designing, and assessing an assignment that requires library resources?
How do I add links or other electronic resources to Oncourse?
How do I place books or materials on reserve?
How can I reserve Library space for my class or group?
How can I find books for my own faculty professional development about teaching? (Professional Development Collection Bibliography)
Where can I find more information about service learning?
For a listing of available library video and interactive tutorials, please see our Tutorials page.
Scholarship of Teaching and Learning and Assessment
For resources that relate to information literacy, assessment, and the scholarship of teaching and learning, please see our Resources for Faculty and Teaching Librarians page.
Last Update: 6 June 2012