- Literature Searches
- Document Delivery
- Journal Routing
- Data Curation
- Borrowing Materials
- Book Renewals
- Assistance with Data Management Plans
For your classes
For information on, assistance with or to schedule time for a consultation to discuss any of the topics below, please contact the library at 770-228-7238 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
The library can help faculty create course materials for their classes. The library creates online tutorials, research guides and other resources tailored to specific academic courses.
Course-integrated Information/literacy Instruction
The Librarian will work closely with faculty to help design courses with a strong information literacy/information management component.
Course-integrated Data Management Instruction
The Librarian will work closely with faculty to help design courses that integrate data management principles and techniquest. For a consultation, contact the librarian at:
The library offers workshops on a wide range of information-related topics to faculty as well as students. These include:
- Review of library print and electronic resources
- Data management
- Data curation
- Using institutional digital repositories
- Finding and using disciplinary digital repositories
- Using citation management software
- Database searching
Citation Management Programs (e.g. EndNote)
The library offers workshops on citation-management programs such as EndNote, RefWorks, Zotero, and Mendeley. The library also provides technical assistance to faculty in using these programs.
Faculty can request that specific books or documents be put on reserve for use in the library by students.
Electronic reserves are materials that are available as full-text files which students can access online. With e-reserves students can download and print reserve items from any campus computer or from their home. USG copyright policy requires that e-reserves be password protected. Passwords are assigned by the instructor and must be unique for each course and changed each semester. It is the instructor’s responsibility to give the password to the class.