Allow librarians to help you with your own research! Walk-ins and appointments are welcome.
Want to create a new assignment for your class? Want to update or transform an old assignment into something entirely new? Contact Carly Baskerville (firstname.lastname@example.org) to set up an appointment.
Librarians are available to come to your class to provide library instruction. A librarian is available for a general overview of the library and locating library resources as well as more specialized presentations and workshops designed for your subject or assignment.
Contact the library to put a textbook or other learning objects on course reserve for your students to check out and use during the semester. Learning objects may include: DVDs, equipment, or books from the library collection. Contact email@example.com to put an item on reserve.
The Virginia Room houses the archives of the College, materials relating to local history of the Tri-Cities area, and a small collection of rare books. It is available by appointment as a seminar/meeting room, or for your research and reading pleasure. We also encourage the use of these primary sources in the classroom. To reserve the space, email firstname.lastname@example.org. For questions about the archives, contact Irene Handy (email@example.com)
Faculty who are ready to adopt and adapt open educational resources for their class can contact Kyle Binaxas (firstname.lastname@example.org) to explore options for OERs. For more information, please visit our Open Ed LibGuide