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Library Secondary: Faculty Information

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For Faculty

How we can help you:

Study Guides

Study guides are a great student resource of tips and advice that supplement coursework. If your course doesn't have its own study guide, or if you're existing study guides need updating, please contact the library.

Request Library Instruction

Information literacy is vital for learning and making good decisions, and a skill needed for lifelong learning. Librarians are available to present an information literacy session for your class. Sessions can be customized for any part of the research process: selecting a topic, refining the thesis, choosing research sources, finding results in the databases, peer-reviewed sources, primary vs. secondary sources, evaluating a resource for quality, in-text citations, and citing a source (including use of NoodleBib). Request an information literacy session.

Embedded Librarians

Librarians can be added to your Canvas course to assist with student research needs. Just contact the library. Librarians partner with faculty to collaborate and define the librarian role within the course. Please see the Faculty Resource Manual for more information on embedded librarians. Librarian involvement may include librarian created instructional videos, participation in discussion forums, resource recommendations, and assisting with student research through Canvas email.

Video Tutorials

A series of video tutorials are located in the Study Guides. New tutorials can be requested by contacting the library.


The LRC FAQ is a compilation of the most common questions we receive from students and faculty.

Trial Resources

We occasionally get trials of new databases to explore. When we have them, they will appear in the Databases page. If you have any suggestions or feedback, please let us know. 

Please email with questions or to request any of these services.


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