Faculty Information Guide: Home
This online guide is intended to provide an overview of resources and services offered by the Corette Library to support Carroll College Faculty.
See our COVID-19 Service Updates page for any changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.
On this page, find information about:
Library Services Available to Faculty
Find out the array of services Corette Library provides to support Carroll College faculty below.
We offer in-person and virtual instruction sessions tailored to your course and assignment. We also collaborate with faculty on incorporting information literacy into courses, creating video tutorials on specific topics, or embedding librarians and/or library resources into your course in Moodle.Find out more here...
Librarians can provide one-on-one, in-depth research consultations for faculty and students. We can also provide training and support for accessing any of our electronic resources. Find out more here...
If the Library does not have the book or article you are looking for, we can get it for you! Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service that allows Carroll faculty & students to borrow materials and receive copies of articles or book chapters that are owned by another institution. Find out more here...
Share your work with a worldwide audience! Corette Library provides students and faculty with the ability to share and preserve their scholarly work (everything from papers, SURF presentations, digital projects and theses) through the college's institutional repository, Carroll Scholars. The institutional repository provides a meaningful indicator of the institution's quality, and increases its visibility, prestige and public value.Find out more here...
Simperman Learning Commons Services Available to Students
The Communication Center provides students and faculty with a number of resources. Students may use the center to give presentations and consult with Center staff as they seek to improve presentation skills, overcome communication anxiety, and much more. Communication Center staff collaborate with faculty in devising and carrying out presentation and multimedia assignments and using technology to deliver course material in innovative ways.
The Center is located on the lower level of the Library and Learning Commons. It is a place for Carroll undergraduates to get help with any aspect of their writing, from specific assignments to general writing skills, across the curriculum for all levels of students. The Writing Center is staffed by trained undergraduate tutors who provide individual meetings to students working on any writing assignment. You don't have to have a finished paper to come for a meeting. You can come with ideas, notes, or a draft. Find out more here...
What Services We Do Not Provide
CCIT, Carroll College's IT department located in St. Charles' Lobby area, can support you with general IT issues such as computer troubleshooting, printing, connecting to the campus network, etc.
Library staff have limited capacity and ability to troubleshoot IT issues and recommend you contact IT for support. Find out more here...
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