Resources for Faculty
Schedule a customized library or information literacy instruction session for your students.
Tap into the expertise of your librarian liaisons who can assist with collection development, teach course-specific library sessions, create resource guides for your students and more.
Consult with IMS faculty for support for teaching and learning with technology, including technology instruction for classes.
Place items on reserve for the exclusive use of your students. Reserves can be physical items (books, journals, articles, DVDs, etc.) or electronic items (copies of articles, book chapters, lecture notes, etc.) that are digitally scanned.
A guide representing some of the tools available for prevention and detection of plagiarism.
Check due dates for items you have checked out, renew items and track your interlibrary loan requests.
Obtain books and articles not available at SCSU.
Find information about checking out library materials including loan periods and renewals.
Check out or reserve audiovisual equipment at the Circulation Desk on 1st Floor West.
Create and manage your own database of citations by importing references from research databases, then automatically generate bibliographies in all major styles (MLA, APA, Turabian, Chicago, etc.)
Attend workshops on various library and technology resources including RefWorks, Minitab, SPSS, Microsoft Office, Desire2Learn, Dreamweaver, Photoshop and more.
Submit a purchase request through your department library materials procedure, or use the online Purchase Request Form. To request a journal or subscription-based electronic resource, please contact your college library liaison.
Use the online Periodicals Copy Request form to request a copy of an article from a print periodical owned by St. Cloud State University. The copies will be delivered to your email as a PDF document.
Access information about using library databases from off campus as well as instructions for Linking to Full-Text Articles in online subscription databases.
Print a handout highlighting resources to assist you with teaching and research.