Fogler Library Faculty Newsletter 8-30-17
Library Instruction, Arranging Reserves, New Reference Titles, New UMaine Finding Aids
In this issue:
- Scheduling Library Instruction for Your Students
- Arranging Library Reserves for Your Courses
- New Reference Titles for Fall 2017
- New Finding Aids for University of Maine Records
1. Scheduling Library Instruction for Your Students
As you prepare for this semester’s classes, remember that librarians in the Reference and Information Literacy Department at Fogler are available to provide instructional sessions and/or web guides for your students. These sessions can cover specific databases or a variety of research materials that will aid your students in their class work. Contact Nancy Lewis at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 207-581-3613 for more information.
2. Arranging Library Reserves for Your Courses
The Library offers hard copy and electronic reserves (e-reserves). E-reserves provide 24/7 access to course material and your home pages via our catalog (URSUS). For general queries, assistance with forms and requirements, or troubleshooting issues, contact our staff at email@example.com or call 207-581-1641. Please visit our website for further information on Library course reserves. Please note that the library does not purchase course textbooks for reserves.
3. New Reference Titles for Fall 2017
A list of the new reference titles now available through Fogler Library has been published online. The list includes links to the library catalog where you can access the texts.4. New Finding Aids for University of Maine Records
4. New Finding Aids for University of Maine Records
More finding aids for University of Maine records held by Fogler Library have been added to the finding aid page on Digital Commons. The most recent finding aids are for the records of Committee On Appointments, Summer Institute, Student Mathematics Club, History Institute, Department of Communication and Journalism, Department of Foreign Languages, UMaine Syllabi, Conferences and Institutes Division, Office of Development, College of Agriculture, and the Women’s Resource Center. Matthew Revitt (firstname.lastname@example.org), Special Collections and Maine Shared Collection Librarian, is currently processing records from the Department of Anthropology.