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Teaching Resources: Home

Request an instruction session, a resource, or an InterLibrary Loan. Find tools for meeting learning objectives. Encourage academic integrity, copyright compliance & plagiarism prevention. Locate publishing venues and acceptance rates.

What's in this guide?

Suggest resources

  • Request books, eBooks, videos, journals for B. D. Owens Library.

Library instructional support

  • Request research/information literacy instruction (in-person session or online) for your students

Instruction options

  • View list of library topics which can be incorporated into online/on-ground instruction and corresponding time parameters to cover the topic

Teaching tools

  • Discover resources to assist in student success.

Open Educational Resources (OER)

  • Includes textbooks, journals, books, and freely available COVID-19 resources from reputable publishers.

Academic integrity

  • Tutorials for students
  • Preventing student plagiarism
  • Copyright permission

Interlibrary loan 

  • Request articles and books for resources from other libraries

Chronicle of Higher Education and New York Times

  • NW subscription access


  • Where to publish, how to avoid predatory publishing
  • Professional development, research assistance 

Off-campus access

  • Remote login directions


  • APA, MLA, Turabian, CSE, ACS, AMA  citation examples

Ask a Librarian

  • Email and phone contact information

Welcome New 2021-2022 Faculty!

B.D. Owens Library Orientation Slides
Slides showcase academic and professional support for students and faculty. Please contact your librarian to collaborate on library instruction and assignments, literature reviews, and collection requests

Komissarov’s and Murray’s regression analysis study, “Factors that Influence Undergraduate Information-seeking Behavior and Opportunities for Student Success” in the The Journal of Academic Librarianship found that:

1) “students' use of the library electronic databases is positively influenced by instructors' encouragement and classroom visits by library staff members.

2) instructors' encouragement leads to more use of scholarly articles and books.” (429)  

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