Distribution of Examination ('Blue') Books to Faculty
Faculty members or the departmental administrative assistants are required to obtain the booklets in person. With advance notice, students may obtain unopened cartons of blue books for a department. Supplies of blue books will be maintained at the Library Service Desk of the Post Learning Commons and Drexel Library, during the following hours:
Mon. - Fri. 8:30 am - 9:00 pm
Sat. 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Sun. 10:00 am - 9:00 pm
Contact Marian Courtney (X1905) for more information.
An online guide that provides information and tutorials to assist faculty with making materials accessible to students.
For all reserve items, please allow 2-3 weeks for processing.
Tangible items such as books, dvds, etc. can be placed on reserve. Students retrieve the item from the service desk and borrow it for a short period of time.
Request Tangible Reserves for items in the library collection.
If the library does not own the item already, you can provide us with your personal copy, or request we order a copy.
Digital items such as journal articles, book excerpts, or streaming video can be put on reserve by adding them to your Canvas course space.
If the library does not own an item, you can provide personal copies or scans of the documents you requested. If you do not have the items, the library will request them via inter-library loan, which may delay your request.
When your request has been completed, you will receive instructions for importing your reserves list into Canvas.
Contact your liaison librarian
A central source for information on journal evaluation and acceptance rates, citation analysis, book reviews, and resources related to predatory journals.
Request a library research instruction session for your course.
Information Literacy is defined by the Association of College and Research Libraries as the skills needed to "recognize when information is needed and have the ability to locate, evaluate, and use effectively the needed information."
The goal of the Library Instruction Program is to teach students about academic research, the scholarly communication practices of the academic community, and how to effectively use research tools and sources. Sessions encourage students to actively engage with the larger issues surrounding the evaluation and use of information.
For information on the acquisition, selection process, please refer to the Library's collection development policy.
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