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Services for Faculty

This guide explains library services available to faculty such as, checking out materials, requesting library instruction, course reserves, and other helpful information.

Library Instruction

Instructors may arrange for a librarian to teach library research classes, including general group tours, individual instructional sessions, or subject specific library research classes. The subject specific classes are tailored to the needs of individual faculty and their courses. Classes are scheduled, if possible, at least two weeks in advance to allow for preparation and classroom availability. To schedule a class, complete a Library Instruction Request Form or contact one of the librarians listed below.  For subject areas not listed, please contact Sharon Kenan or Gail Woodward.

 

Librarian
Subject Areas

Sharon Kenan
E-mail
299-8343

American, British, and World Literature
Business
Developmental English
English 1302
Fine Arts
History/Government
Law
Orientation Classes
Reading
Religion/Philosophy
Sciences
Spanish
Speech
Gail Woodward
E-mail
299-8390
Child Development
Computer Information Systems
Commercial Music
Criminal Justice
Distance Education  (dual-credit,   2-way, online, off campus)
English 1301
Health Careers
Interpreter Training
Mental Health
Multi-media
Psychology
Sociology