The Library for Faculty
Research and Learning Services’ librarians and staff provide library-focused teaching, learning, and research support to all faculty, students, researchers, and staff.
Faculty and teaching assistants | Accessing materials
Our librarians, curators, and archivists can work with you to bring a customized, discipline-specific learning opportunity to your students in the classroom. Discover resources and services specifically aimed at teaching and learning.
- Finding / linking resources for your courses
- Assignment development
- Learning objects / Open Educational Resources (OER): Library resources are essential in the exploration of your own teaching and student learning.
- Co-teaching: Our academic staff can teach classes for your students covering important resources in your discipline, the research process, critical thinking skills, and many more topics. They can help your students to not only access research material, but they can help them to better understand, and critically evaluate the material they do find
- Course reserves / Reading lists
Librarians can provide workshops and lectures focusing on a variety of topics that support faculty research and information needs including curating faculty online research identity, identifying predatory journals and conferences, as well as basic or advanced research skills.
- Systematic or scoping reviews: Are you conducting a systematic or scoping review for research or course assignments? Our expert librarians can provide consulting or co-authorship for the data collection (search), as well as provide guidance on the entire research proces
- Grant support
- Idea creation
- Lab work
- Data visualization
- Scholarly communication and publication dissemination
- Improving your research skills (workshops)
- Research data management
Are you having trouble finding the information you need for your research paper? Do you need to figure out your research topic? Working on a literature review for your thesis? Consult with one of our librarians for expert guidance and assistance.
- Contact your subject librarian: Find and contact the expert in your discipline
- Open Access: Identifying resources specific to your discipline for open-access publishing and research data management
- Measuring Research Impact: Understanding research impact metrics and how they are used in your discipline
- Interlibrary loan: Need a book or article that we don’t have? We can borrow it from another library for you
- Your online researcher identity: Helping you to curate your online researcher identity through the creation of profiles in ORCID, Scopus, and Web of Science
- Open Educational Resources
- Course Reserves