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Librarians are here to support students and help them develop the critical information literacy skills needed to select and evaluate sources for academic research – it is our highest priority!
We will work with you to design instruction to meet the needs of your specific course or assignment.
Please contact Karen Sheldon for undergraduate courses and Elise Georgulis for graduate courses.
We welcome instructor copies in order to provide students with access to as many of their required materials as possible.
Please contact Claire Drolet with any questions.
If a book or article you want is not available, use Interlibrary Loan (ILL). The Library can order books and articles from other libraries. This process takes few days but is completely free for DelVal students, faculty, and staff.
Before you submit an ILL, check Google Scholar or Summon to see if we have immediate access or if it is freely available online.
Librarians will work with you to design an online resource specific to the needs of your course. Please contact Karen Sheldon for undergraduate courses and Elise Georgulis for graduate courses.
See examples for other courses below:
Here are some resources the Library makes available. Feel free to share them with your students.
Zoom with a Librarian
Citation generation service covering hundreds of styles including Chicago Scientific (Author-Date), Journal of Animal Science, and Council of Scientific Editors (Name-Year).
Learn how to use RefWorks, a new way to collect, manage, and organize research. You can read, annotate, organize, and cite your research as well as collaborate.