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Provides links to key library services, resources, and search tools for faculty research and course support.
Last Updated: Feb 14, 2014 URL: http://guides.library.tamu.edu/faculty Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Contacts

  • Find Your Subject Librarian
    We have librarians assigned as liaisons to each department on campus. Your subject librarian can assist you with your courses, literature searches, requests for materials, and more. New to the university? Contact your librarian directly for a personal orientation to our facilities, services, and resources, or use our Request an Appointment link in the Make a Request Box below.
  • Departmental Library Representatives
    Do you know who your departmental library representative is? Consult this list to find out.

Research and Publication

Collection Services for Faculty

  • Get it for me (Document Delivery/ILL)  Icon
    Want us to pull and deliver TAMU library books to your office? Prefer to receive a chapter or article we have in print as a PDF? Need something from interlibrary loan? Sign up for Get It For Me to start accessing these great services. You can request books, articles, theses/dissertations and more, all for free, from Texas A&M University Libraries and other libraries in the world.
  • My Library Record -LibCat Catalog
    Most circulating materials can be renewed online within the Libraries' Catalogs. Use this link to login to your library record in LibCat to renew your items, view what you currently have checked out, and more.
  • My Library Record -MSL Catalog (Chiron)
    Most circulating materials can be renewed online within the Libraries' Catalogs. Use this link to login to your library record in Chiron, the Medical Sciences Library catalog, to renew your items, view what you currently have checked out, and more.
  • Suggest a Purchase
    Are we missing something in the collection? Suggest book, journal, database, and media purchases using this online form (login with your NetID). All requests will be evaluated based on the Libraries' collection development policies and availability of funds. Priority will be given to requests that support research and teaching programs of the university. Requests will be processed through normal library ordering procedures.
  • Database Trial via Subject Librarian
    Contact your Subject Librarian to arrange an extended trial of an online database.

Course Support for Faculty

  • Add a Library Session to your Syllabus (Tours, Classes, and Orientations)
    We provide general and course-specific instruction for individuals and groups that can be customized to meet your research and teaching needs. Students who attend our sessions often remark, "I wish I had taken this class in my first year!". Help us, help them by setting up an appointment for your class today. Contact your Subject Librarian directly, or use our Request an Instruction Session link in the Make a Request Box below.
  • Class Guides for TAMU Courses  Icon
    Teaching a course this semester? Let us create a class guide to enhance your curriculum. Our guides provide links into key library resources and services to help your students find the best scholarly resources available to complete their research assignments. Contact your Subject Librarian directly, or use our Request a Class Guide link in the Make a Request Box below.
  • Course Reserves (All Libraries)
    Contact one of our services desks for assistance setting up print and/or electronic course reserves for your class.
  • Media Services
    Contact Media and Reserves to borrow a film or specialized equipment, reserve a showing room, or to request assistance in loading a library-owned item to MediaMatrix.
  • Citing Sources
    Ask us to teach your students how to cite sources correctly in their papers and how to use citation management software such as RefWorks or EndNote.
  • Academic Integrity
    To educate your students about plagiarism and the ethical use of information, assign them to view the online tutorial Academic Integrity & Plagiarism. Ask them to complete the online quiz at the end; the system will email you their quiz results.
  • Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
  • Faculty Currents: Teaching with Technology 2013

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