Faculty and Staff Resources

Records Management:  A records retention schedule is a comprehensive listing of the records an organization maintains that notes how long they must be retained along with their ultimate disposition.

Carmen Help: New faculty, new instructors, or returning instructors may need help getting started in Carmen. Carmen itself has an extensive help system, but this page helps with the basics and common actions.

Instruction: A librarian can teach your students research skills in general and/or for a specific assignment. Librarians can also help you create research-effective assignments for any course.

AV Equipment: The library circulates AV equipment to students, faculty, and staff for university business.  

Assigning Research: Learn how to get better sources from your students including what phrases to use on your syllabus and how the librarians can help.

Course Reserves: Course items like supplemental readings or a textbook copy can be put on reserve for students to access. The library offers both physical reserves in the library or eReserves through Carmen.

Copyright: The library is happy to assist faculty and staff with copyright issues pertaining to publishing, presentations, fair use, class handouts, etc.

Plagiarism Help: Instructors can get tips on how to teach students about copyright and what to do if they suspect it occurred.