These resources support faculty teaching and research. Contact your subject librarian if you need more assistance.
Your subject librarian will create resources or come to your class to help your students conduct their research.
Contact your subject librarian to schedule a consultation. Your subject librarian will be happy to work with you.
There are many ways to demonstrate the impact of your research and many of them are described here.
Reserves: Place books or copies of articles on reserve in the library
Electronic Reserves: Link to online articles in D2L
Thesis & Dissertation Publication: Help your graduate students get their theses and dissertations in the library and ProQuest
Traditional Catalog: Search for books, government documents, videos and other things in a traditional library catalog.
Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning: Located in room 126 in the library
EndNote: Manage your citations and create citations and bibliographies in papers
Open PRAIRIE: The university's institutional repository
Research Guides: Find the library's resources on a particular topic or good for a specific class
Altmetric sites: Use download counts or tweets to help show the impact of your publications
Library Tutorials: Online help for many tasks and information literacy concepts
Group Study Rooms: Reserve a study room for 2 to 20 people for use up to 4 hours per day
Libraries and Tablets: The library checks out a few laptops and tablets for 3 days