Axinn Library Electronic Article Delivery Service Request Form
Use this form to request electronic delivery of an article in a print journal owned by Axinn Library.
Library Research Orientation and Instruction Classes
Faculty are encouraged to bring their classes to the Library for in-depth coverage of resources available in support of their courses and assignments.
To discuss ways the library can support your classroom teaching, please contact Professor Georgina Martorella at 463-4980.
Faculty Information Sheet
An information sheet to familiarize faculty with services offered by the Library is available in print and online.
Book Delivery Request Form
Faculty can use this web form to request on-campus book delivery for materials from the Joan and Donald E. Axinn Library. Alternately, you can make your requests using the Lexicat online library catalog. Requested books will be delivered to faculty during office hours, usually the next day (Monday – Friday). There is the option to have the books delivered to the department office if a faculty member will not be present to receive the books. If books are not available for delivery, library staff will notify the requestor with detailed information.
What is Plagiarism and What Professors Can Do About It
The pamphlet, "What is Plagiarism and What Faculty Can Do About It", offers strategies faculty can use to combat plagiarism.
- Request alerts when new issues of favorite publications become available online
- Create searches relevant to research topics, and receive alerts when new results are found
- Upload data from email alerts into bibliographic tools
- Manage alerts according to your preferences and research needs
Register for a personal account here and then you can set up your alerts from the "My Account" screen.