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-- Wednesday, December 1, 2010 --

            A. Research Consultation Area
2. Services
            A. Library Instruction Sessions
            B. Submitting Reserve Materials
The Research Consultation Area, located on the 1st floor in the Information Commons, is used by Fogler librarians, the Writing Center, and the Tutor Program for individual or small group assistance, generally on a by-appointment basis. Fogler librarians use the facility during the day, and you can contact us at 581-1673 (humanities or social sciences) or 581-1691 (sciences and engineering) or through our Ask-a-Librarian <> site to set up an appointment with a subject librarian. Sessions with academic tutors can be scheduled for Sunday through Thursday evenings from 7:30 - 9:00 pm. Contact the Tutor Program <> at 581-2351 to schedule an appointment. The Writing Center <> staffs the Research Consultation Area Sunday through Thursday evenings from 6:00 - 7:30 pm; students may arrange an appointment by calling 581-3828, or they may drop in. Please share this information with your students and encourage them to contact us for assistance.
As you prepare for next semester's classes, remember that librarians in the Reference and Science & Engineering departments at Fogler are available to provide instructional sessions for your students. These sessions can cover specific databases, or a variety of research materials, that will aid your students in their class work. For Humanities and Social Science disciplines, contact Nancy Lewis on FirstClass or at 581-3713; for Science and Engineering disciplines, contact Jim Bird on FirstClass or at 581-1697.
Fogler Library offers services for both traditional and electronic reserves. To place course material on reserve, use the form on our reserve web page:
To ensure that reserve materials are available for your students, please follow these guidelines: submit your request at least six weeks prior to the first class assignment, provide first generation copies for scanning, and provide a copy of your syllabus. All reserve materials are available through URSUS. Electronic reserves provide 24/7 access to your materials through our Eres system. This system also allows reserve list content to be password access only. For more information about reserves and processing please see our web page at: <>. For assistance, please contact Reference at 581-1673.

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