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Faculty FYI Guide to Milner Library

This guide addresses a broad array of Library services unique to your research and teaching needs.

What is in the Section

The Teaching section of this guide includes a variety of resources to aid you with your teaching efforts and helping students engage with information in different ways.

  • Plagiarism
    This page provides resources for dealing with and engaging students in a discussion about plagiarism and academic integrity.
  • Fair Use / Copyright
    It can be difficult to determine where the line is between fair use and copyright violation. This page provides some resources available to you to guide you through that decision making process.
  • Course Reserves
    Course Reserves are a beneficial service to student and faculty. This page provides information about the service and how to actually place a request for items to be put on reserve.
  • Textbook FAQs
    The cost of textbooks are a hot topic right now and as a professor you can help reduce the direct finacial burden to students. The Library has several options available for you and your students answered in these frequently asked questions.
  • Plagiarism Detection Software
    While the University does not subscribe to a site license of any plagiarism detection software, many professors are interested in learning more about what these systems can do. The page provides several resources for further investigation.

Collaborate with a Librarian

Interested in collaborating with a librarian for a course, assignment, or other learning project?

  • Contact your Subject Liaison
    This alphabetical list includes a link to the discipline Subject Guide, Databases, and Librarian contact information.
  • Teaching Request Form
    Not sure who to contact? Submit a request via this online form and we will identify a specialist (or two) who can work with you.