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Suggest Library Materials
We welcome your suggestions of materials for the library collections. Books and media to enhance classroom instruction or to support professional development can requested by contacting a librarian.
Faculty may place library materials, or personal materials, on reserve for students in their classes. Reserve items can include:
- books, including textbooks
- copies of articles
- computer software
- sample tests
- microscope slides
- example assignments
- flash cards
- and more!
Reserve materials may be restricted to in-library use, or may be checked-out of the Library for specific periods of time.
To place materials on reserve in Auburn, contact Michael Schillace: email@example.com ext. 2320
To place materials on reserve in Fulton, contact Dennis Collins: firstname.lastname@example.org ext. 3019
The Library has devices that faculty may borrow for classes.
- Turning Point classroom response survey clickers
For more information, contact a librarian.
Information Literacy Instruction
Librarians collaborate with classroom faculty to design research instruction sessions. During these sessions librarians will meet with your students in the classroom or online to:
- Develop skills they need to locate, evaluate, and use appropriate sources of information
- Address specific learning outcomes
- Share resources that are appropriate for college research assignments
Contact a librarian to discuss options for your classes, or click on the Bring Your Class to the Library tab above for more details.
Faculty Resource Center in Auburn
The Faculty Resource Center, located in the Auburn Library, provides computer technology and instructional resources to enhance class presentations and professional activities. Services and resources include:
- Books and journals about teaching, learning, and higher education
- Desktop computers (PCs and an iMac)
- Microsoft Office software
- Black and white printer and flatbed scanner
- Copy machine
- Comb binder
The Faculty Resource Center on the Auburn Campus is open during library business hours. Technical assistance using these resources is available by appointment.