The library conducts instruction sessions to introduce students to various aspects of library services, resources, and research techniques. These range from brief library tours and demonstrations; to more inclusive sessions that last for part of, or all of, a class session; to multiple class visits or other forms of long-term interaction with your students. Librarians can work with you to tailor a presentation to the needs of your students. Presentations can be conducted in the library, in your classroom, or in a computer lab. Please contact the librarian serving your subject area to arrange for a library presentation.
You can place a personal item or Library item on Course Reserve, which is a great service to offer to students. To place an item on Course Reserve, following the following procedures:
*Granted that all requested information is provided and correct, the item will be processed and placed on the Course Reserves shelf within 24 hours of receipt of the item.
The purchasing of e-book titles for Course Reserve is a new Library initiative. The Library will purchase electronic copies of required course titles when available. Traditional textbooks are excluded from this initiative as libraries cannot purchase electronic versions for campus-wide access. Make a request using the Online Course Reserves Purchase Request Form.
The Library encourages you to tell your students that you have items on Course Reserve. Whether the items are required or supplemental, tell your students to utilize the resources. We will be giving you circulation statistics for each item at the end of every semester. If you'd like help finding ways to market your resources, let us know and we'd be more than happy to assist you!
A full list of items currently on Course Reserve can be found here.
|Asian Studies||Jue Wang|
|Hawaiian/Pacific Studies||Annemarie Paikai|
Staff directory with contact info here.
|Office Administration||Junie Hayashi|
|Travel Industry Management||Junie Hayashi|
|Eastern Asian Languages||Jue Wang|
|European Languages||Natalie Wahl|
|Computer Science/Digital Media||Jue Wang|
|Political Science||Junie Hayashi|
|Social Sciences||Junie Hayashi|
|Women's Studies||Junie Hayashi|
|Automotive Technology||Junie Hayashi|
|Culinary Arts||Junie Hayashi|
|TV Production||Junie Hayashi|