Faculty Resources

Your Liaison Librarian is your main point of contact with the Library.

Get in touch to discuss collection development, collaborations in teaching, publishing support & more. We are here to support faculty and students in all their teaching, learning, and research needs.

We can help you navigate the Library’s print and electronic collection (and beyond!) and work directly with you to ensure your students develop critical skills related to information retrieval and use. Please feel free to contact us with any questions you have about the Library.

General Library Services

Support for Teaching

  • Collection Development 
    • Consult the policies and procedures for print book or eBook purchases and database/journal subscriptions.
  • Instruction by Librarians 
    • Collaborate with your Liaison Librarian to enrich your course with in-person or online information literacy instruction. 
  • Course reserves  
    • Make books exclusively available to your students for a limited-term loan at the Main Service Desk. 
  • Copyright information
    • Sharing materials in class
      • Detailed information to help you integrate the library's Fair Dealing and Copyright policies into your teaching practice. 
  • How to integrate the Library into your Moodle course
    • A downloadable Word document full of ideas about how to make the most of the Library's resources via Moodle. 
  • Open Textbooks information
    • Open educational resources (OERs) are teaching, learning, and research resources that are created with the intention of being freely available to users anywhere. Consult this guide to learn how to find, evaluate and adopt open textbooks into your course materials. 

Support for Research

related information from other departments