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An outline of the services that the Library offers to faculty including borrowing privileges, course reserves, interlibrary loan, library instruction, research consultations, acquisitions recommendations, workshops, and the use of a faculty research room
Last Updated: Nov 17, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS Updates

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Library Services for Faculty

As the academicians of the University, i.e. educators who are also scholars and researchers, faculty are among the primary users of the Library's resources and services. For that reason, serving the faculty is an essential way that the Library fulfills its mission: to provide the "information resources, services, and facilities that support the academic programs and meet the learning, teaching, research, and other informational needs of the University."  

This guide is designed to acquaint faculty members with the services offered to them by the Library. The services include:


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    Collection Deveopment Liaisons

    • Business, Sports Management, International Development, and Advertising / Public Relations – Jane Malcolm
    • Education and English / Modern Languages – Annette Villines
    • HPER (except Sports Management) – Myra Bloom
    • Music, History / Humanities / Government, and Communication Arts (except Advertising / Public Relations)  – Dana Higeons
    • Nursing – Peggy Pixley
    • Science & Engineering (except HPER) – Mary Ann Walker
    • Theology & Ministry – Sally Shelton

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