Faculty Information Guide: Home

Welcome Faculty!

This online guide is intended to provide an overview of resources and services offered by Corette Library to support Carroll College Faculty.


See our COVID-19 Service Updates page for any changes due to the coronavirus pandemic.


Library Services Available to Faculty

Find out the array of services Corette Library provides to support Carroll College faculty below, as well as what services we do not provide


Tailored library instruction

Sessions are designed to introduce students to information sources and effective strategies for conducting library research specific to your assignments. Find out more here...


Research Assistance or Library e-Resource Training

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...


Interlibrary Loan

Interlibrary Loan (ILL) is a service that allows Carroll students, faculty, and staff to borrow materials and receive copies of articles or book chapters that are owned by another institution. Find out more here...


Research guides, Tutorials and Links to Library Resources

Librarians create online research guides on Moodle that bring together a spectrum of resources related to particular subjects/disciplines: we can design a guide specific to your course, project or event and embed or link to it in your Moodle course. We can also create tutorials on how to use specific library resources, and provide direct links to access databases and journals.  Find out more here...


Preserving & Providing Access to Student & Faculty Scholarly Work through Carroll Scholars

Corette Library provides students and faculty with the ability to publish, share and preserve their scholarly work (everything from faculty papers, student SURF presentations, digital projects and theses) through the college's institutional repository, Carroll Scholars. The institutional repository provides a meaningful indicator of an institution’s quality, and increases its visibility, prestige, and public value. Find out more here...


Collaborating on Assignments to incorporate Information Literacy Concepts

Librarians can work with you on how to effectively incorporate information literacy into your curriculum in a way that works for best for you and your students and leverages available library resources.  Find out more here...


Putting Items on Reserve

Faculty may request that items be placed on reserve for student and/or Carroll community use. Find out more here... 


Embedding a Librarian or Library Resources in Moodle

Librarians, and specific library resources, can be embedded into your online course environment to provide more robust library support to your students. Find out more here... 


Booking Library Spaces

Want to host a one-time event, or ongoing series, at the library?

Faculty and staff can place reservations for library spaces use the Booked app on your Okta menu. Find out more here...


What Services We Do Not Provide


Academic Technology Support

The Department of Academic Technology is located in the Library and manages The Center for Innovation in Technology Education (CITE), dedicated to exploring new ways to use technology to improve the delivery of education for 21st century students.

This includes providing faculty with support in a number of areas, including training on classroom technology and loaning out specialized educational technology.

Library staff recommend you reach out to Academic Technology for assistance in using the technology in your classroom if in the library. Find out more here...


IT Support

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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