For Faculty & Staff
Need help immediately? Choose your subject area from the menu below and fill out the research help request form that appears. A Lewis subject librarian will respond as soon as possible.
Upon your request, librarians will build a course-specific website (examples) to direct students to the best library resources related to your class. We will include how-to tutorials, custom database lists, recommended books and websites, and options for reference management (Endnote, Refworks, etc.). Use this request form or contact your department's subject librarian to have a customized LibGuide built for your course.
Note: Please request the guide at least 2 weeks in advance of the date that students will need to use it. Also, please send us your course syllabus.
Arrange for a customized library workshop for your class. The Lewis Library has a state-of the-art electronic classroom to host your session, but Lewis librarians can also visit your classroom. Fill out the instruction request form to make a request or contact your department's subject librarian directly.
Note: Please request your session at least two weeks in advance of the requested date.
We have a variety of workshops scheduled; click here for a full list of our Fall 2008 workshops and a registration form. Subjects include:
- Citation Management (Endnote/RefWorks/ Zotero)
- The LibX Toolbar for Firefox
- Searching Literature in Scientific Disciplines
- Geograpic Information Systems (GIS)
- And More
Library systems and services are steadily changing as research technologies improve. Arrange for a librarian to conduct a customized workshop for your department's faculty and staff. Fill out the instruction request form to make a request or contact your department's subject librarian directly