The University Libraries believes a successful semester begins when faculty partner with the Libraries' skilled and knowledgeable subject librarians. With several remote and virtual support options available, the Libraries is positioned to support user needs during these dynamic and uncertain times.
Whether you’re a faculty member interested in having a subject librarian assist with class instruction or need library materials digitized and added to WebCampus for your course, the Libraries is here to assist you. With several “self-service” options available, the Libraries has simplified the manner in which faculty can utilize and incorporate library resources into their course curriculum thanks to a series of WebCampus modules, course-specific research guides and more. Librarians are also available to teach specialized workshops on demand. For example, workshops are available on a variety of topics including, but not limited to: professional posters, GIS, data management, and how to develop an online scholarly profile.
In need of lendable technology? The Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center’s @One and the DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library offer a wide variety of lendable technology and media equipment, as well as tech support for 3D printing, statistics, video and audio editing and much more.
For more information please see the list of resources and services available below. The Libraries looks forward to helping you achieve your goals this academic year!