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Request library instruction or a collection title. Encourage academic integrity, copyright compliance, and plagiarism prevention. Locate where to publish, find journal acceptance rates, and Interlibrary Loan forms.

What's in this guide?

Academic support

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

Instruction Menu

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

Find your librarian 

  • library liaisions & instruction collaboration


  • high use materials placed on reserve at Library Services Desk


  • find articles, books, eBooks, videos, and citation style examples (APA | MLA | Turabian | CSE | ACS | AMA)

Interlibrary Loan 

  • request articles and books from other (non-MOBIUS) libraries

Resource request

  • request books, eBooks, videos, journals.


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

Peer reviewed?

  • determine the status of a journal


  • what is educational fair use | Getting permission


  • preventing student plagiarism

Off-Campus Access

  • access all library resources from remote locations
  • Library DIY

Welcome New Faculty!

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

A Concise Guide to Improving Student Learning: Six Evidence-Based Principles and How to Apply Them   On Course: a Week by Week Guide to your First Semester of College Teaching
[ book cover ]   [ book cover image for On Course ]

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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