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Faculty Resources: Resources For Faculty

Library Liaison Program

What might a library liaison do for you?

  • Provide library instruction and information literacy assessment for classes and programs.
  • Develop library collections that support the curriculum and community.
  • Create Research Guides and other asynchronous tools to highlight the best sources for a topic, discipline, or research assignment.
  • Help instructors formulate search strategies to locate Open Educational Resources (OER) 

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Scholarly Publishing

Our Scholarly Publishing Guide provides information about finding and evaluating trustworthy journals for your research, understanding your rights as an author, research resources, and more.

Scholarly Publishing Guide

Open Educational Resources

Learn about Open Educational Resources (OER), what are they, how they can be used in the classroom, and how the library can support find OER resources.

Guide to OER

Faculty Authors

The library maintains a list of faculty publications to promote faculty scholarship. If you would like to include your publications, please use the submit option below.

Publications are listed by year and alphabetically by author. 

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Submit a Publication

Persistent Linking and Sharing Resources

This guide will show you how to create links from the library's databases which will work on and off campus without timing out or breaking. Links can then be embedded in Blackboard, email, or other applications. It also discusses how to share resources without violating copyright. 

Guide to Persistent Links

Guide to Sharing Resources